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Lynette Heath 
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Adviser 

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CONTENTS 

Academics 4 

Fall 26 

Winter 42 

Spring 66 

Seniors 88 

Advertisements 152 



Plymouth-Carver High School • Plymouth, Massachusetts • Volume XLVIII 





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Life, most distinguished 
of all the guards, 

Watching that Death does 
not extinguish 

The radiant flame 
of living. 

Vigilant life, your 
praises proclaim. 

Though the flame may flicker, 
the spirit glows, 

And the noble never cease 
to light the day. 

Unjust Death in your cloak 
of darkness, 

Stealing the noble with 
one swift stroke, 

Why must you rob so prematurely 
The knights of their souls tvith a 



In Memoriam 



last death blow? 



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Academics 



In our land of equal opportunity, 
one must earn his position. 

Never before has the need been so great 
for qualified persons to fill these positions. 

To equal this need, 

Plymouth Carver High School proudly maintains 

that its students will excel in our Great Society. 

Teachers; not disciplinarians, but strategists 
and specialists, forever broaden 
our scope of knowledge. 

Through their commendation and criticism 

they help prepare us for life in our 

complex world, where we must play many roles. 





ADMINISTRATION 




Mr. William Gault, Jr. and Mr. F. Edward Nicolas. 

Coordinating a 
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Seated: Mr. David Cappannari; Mrs. Jane Gellar, Mr. F. Edward Nicolas; 
Dr. Samuel Stewart, Chairman. Standing: Mr. Alton Cavicchi; Dr. George 
Wild; Mr. Arne Erickson; Mr. William Gault, Jr.; Mr. Erwin Washburn. 



Mrs. Alice Urann, Dean of Girls 
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Mr. Edwin Calvin, Chairman 

Harvard 

Western Reserve University 
Boston University 



Mr. Horace Turner 

Bates College 
Harvard 



Department extends personal and 
immediate counseling for all 
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Mr. John Smith, Chairman 

Tufts ; Boston University 

ENGLISH 

The English Department with the 
assistance of audio-visual aids, is a 
unit working to improve the scope of 
students in the cultural fields. A 
carefully selected series of books 
present a broader view of life. The 
resulting enthusiasm of the teachers 
incites in the students a new excite- 
ment and awareness of society, past 
and present. 




Mr. Curtis Chrisfield 

Brown University ; Hunter ; 
Syracuse 



And they call kids sloppy! 




Mr. Allan Cohen 

University of Massachusetts : 

Bridgewater ; Rutgers 

Debate Club 



Mr. Richard Briggs 

Bridgewater 



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Mr. Robert Merrifield 

Lowell ; University of Massachusetts 
Clarion Adviser 



Mrs. Alice Urann 

Bridgewater ; Boston University 
Dean of Girls 





Mr. Thomas Long 

Stonehill : Bridgewater 
Sophomore Class Adviser 




Mr. Robert Simmons 

Bridgewater ; Indiana Universi- 
ty ; University of California at 
San Diego 

Audio-Visual 






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The challenge of developing 
original ideas into organized, 

coherent communication 



ENGLISH 





Mr. Yoshiro Sanbonmatsu 

Swarthmore ; University of Bridgeport 
Bookstore Adviser 



Mr. Joseph Auciello 

University of Massachusetts 
"Lit" Adviser 




Miss Mary Callahan 

Boston College 



Miss Janet Draghetti 

Emerson 
Drama Club Adviser 




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Preparing for the complexities 
of the computer society 




Mr. Angelo Medici, Chairman 

Boston College ; Franklin and Marshall 
College ; Clarkson College of Technology 



Mr. Roger Randall 

University of Rhode Island 



Mr. Mario Romano 

Boston College ; Bridgewater 
Athletic Director 



Mr. Louis Govoni 

Boston College; Bridgewater 



MATHEMATICS 




Mr. James Perry 

Providence College 



Mr. Peter Fachetti 

North Adams State College ; Boston 
University 



It takes three of you to make a straight line? 







FOREIGN 
LANGUAGES 



Now . . . comprende, right; 
si, right; merci ? ? ? 



Language lab enhances speech facilities 




Mr. Andrew Dietlin, Jr. 

St. Clements Hall ; Bridgewater 
Boston College 
National Honor Society Adviser 

Mrs. Lydia Marcelonis 

Valpariaso University 
German Club Adviser 



Mr. Brian Souza 

Plymouth State College 
Pep Squad Adviser 



Miss Patricia Comiskey 

Boston College 



Mr. Francisco Garcia 

Santiago de Compostela ; Madrid 
University 

Spanish Club Adviser 

Mrs. Gudrun Bartlett 

Mount Holyoke College 




Miss Iris Albertini, Chairman 

Radcliffe ; Middlebury 
French Club Adviser 




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SOCIAL STUDIES 



Our future leaders have the best possible 
training. 



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Examining new discoveries and fresh 



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Mrs. Muriel Dennull 
S.M.I.T. ; Ohio University : Miami Uni- 
versity : Bridgewater 



Mr. Douglas Edwards 

Springfield College ; Elon ; Bridgewater 
Freshman Coach 



SCIENCE 



Mr. Robert Martin 

Tufts University ; Boston University 



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application of old discoveries 




Mrs. Margaret Angell 


Mr. Ronald Gomes 


Mrs. Mary Shinney 


Mr. William Levesque 


Massachusetts College of Art 
Bridgewater 


Bridgewater 


Regis College 


University of New Hampshire 
Bridgewater 



SCIENCE 



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BUSINESS 



Training 
for 

a demanding 
world 




Miss Beatrice Arthur, Chairman 

Salem State College ; Bridgewater ; Harvard 




Mr. Earle Jowdry 

University of Maine; Husson College 
Data Processing Coordinator 




Mrs. Leona Swartz 

Boston University ; Bridgewater 




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Mrs. Brenda Wrightington 

Boston University 



Mr. W i Hard Mondeau 
Northeastern ; Bridgewater 



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Mr. Maurice Sevigny 

Massachusetts College of Art 



ART 

Fine arts serve 
varied talents 



Mr. Patrick Berry, Chairman 

College of Practical Art ; Massachusetts College of 
Art ; Bridgewater 



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Mr. Mario Crociati 

Boston University 
Band Director 



MUSIC 



Mr. Douglas Truran 

Boston University 
Chorus Director 






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REMEDIAL 
READING 



Mrs. Bernice Haigh 

University of Maine 



SPECIAL EDUCATION 




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Fitchburg State College 




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Miss Dorothy Canavan 

Boston State College ; Boston University 




Mrs. Violet Tillson 

Bridgewater State College 



Mr. Dennis Aresta 

Boston College ; Bridgewater 
Work Study Coordinator 



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variety of specialized fields 




Miss Anita Drisko 

Farmington State College 

University of Maine 

"Pilgrim" Adviser 




HOME 
ECONOMICS 








LIBRARY 



Miss Audrey Ziergiebel 

Boston State College ; 
Simmons 



Mrs. Virginia Bramhall 

Secretary 
Library 



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Mechanical skills sharpened 




Mr. Hector Patenaude, Chairman 

Fitchburg : Boston University ; Bridgewater 




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Mr. Ronald Malaquias 

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Mr. William Johnstone 

Fitchburg ; Bridgewater ; Harvard 
Junior Class Adviser 




Mr. George DeCourcy 

Middle Tennessee College ; Emerson ; 
Bridgewater 



INDUSTRIAL 
ARTS 



"All together now . . . 'The fuel pump connects to the carburetor.' " 



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Mr. Harold Rogers, Chairman 

Boston University ; Bridgewater 

Basketball Coach 



Physical education 
completes curriculum 





Mr. Richard Ward 

University of Massachusetts 



Miss Nancy MacDuffee 

University of Massachusetts 




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Didn't think I could do it— did you ? 



Mr. Henry Cryer 

Panzer College 



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Smiling 
and 

Friendly 

People 



NON-TEACHING PERSONNEL 




Mrs. L. Sirrico; Mrs. P. Nelson; Mrs. J. Govoni; Mrs. B. Bartlett; Mrs. P. Guidaboni; 
Mrs. L. Salgado; Mrs. L. Sarnelli; Mrs. L. Meehan; Mrs. F. Bosari; Mrs. F. Neal; 
Mrs. D. Zanotti; absent, Mrs. M. Swartz. 



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STAFF 




Mrs. Betty Usher 

Secretary 
Main Office 



Mrs. Marion Whiting 

Secretary 
Main Office 



Mrs. Doris Roncarati 

Secretary 
Main Office 




Mrs. Henrietta Prout 

Secretary 
Guidance Office 



Providing 

vital 

services 



You can't bounce him for 
hunting — the poor little dear. 



Miss Elith Testoni 
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Mrs. Flora Ledo 
Matron 



Mrs. Ruth Volta 

School Nurse 
Future Nurse's Adviser 







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Golden summer has turned to Russet autumn. 

Where once sand swished under carefree feet. 

Leaves, those brittle shells of once-vibrant nature, 
rustle 'neath a different pace. 

The first step . . . reluctant . . . lingers 
on sun speckled memories. 

Then gathers momentum as reality asserts itself. 

The brisk demands of scholarship 
allows little time for wistful daydreams. 

Students concentrate . . . tightening up days 
that must contain History, football, math, 
Student Council, French, Chorus, English, 
and after school jobs. 

Greedily pursuing pleasure to squeeze the most 
satisfaction out of inadequate time. 

We become Aware. 



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Asst. Coach 



Dennis Aresta 
Asst. Coach 



William Nagle 
Asst. Coach 



Co-captained by Larry Smith and Billy Butters the Blue 
Eagles posted a 3-6 season. P. C.'s biggest win was the 12th 
annual meeting with Silver Lake on Thanksgiving Day. In 
spite of a muddy and soggy field P. C. was able to score on two 
touchdown passes thrown by Steve Rogers. 

The Blue Eagles put up a good fight, but were unable to 









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Front: P. Palavanchi, R. Tynan, R. Freyermuth, J. Furtado, F. Latosek, M. Sir- 
rico, W. Henry, M. Donelan, D. Maccaferri. Back: P. Correia, B. Butters, S. Rogers, 
J. Taddia, L. Smith, H. Ruxton. 



capitalize on several scoring opportuni- 
ties during the season. They did how- 
ever enjoy two more victories. 

The first win was a 14-6 victory over 
Rockland. Touchdowns were scored by 
Paul Correa and Steve Rogers while 
the P. C. defense scored on a safety. 

The Blue Eagles outclassed the 
Green Wave of Abington for their sec- 
ond win by a 30-6 score. Steve Rogers 
threw two touchdown passes and also 
carried one over. 

The Eagles were carried through the 
season by their undying spirit — the 
spirit which transforms the defeated 
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Front: P. Correa, S. Loud, M. Sirrico, R. Tynan, P. Palavanchi, K. 
Beal, F. Latosek, B. Butters Co-Capt., L. Smith Co-Capt., J. Furtado, 
D. Maccaferri, B. Ruxton, S. Rogers, P. Fernandes, L. Shaw, W. 
Henry. Middle: Asst. Coach Nagle, Asst. Coach Aresta, R. Freyer- 
muth, M. Donelan, M. Swartz, W. Parkhurst, D. May, N. Smith, 
P. Correa, E. Maccaferri, J. Silva, C. Banker, K. Costa, C. Smith, 
F. Barros, A. Fernandes, Asst. Coach Cryer. Back: S. Ottani, W. 
Lapworth, J. Secundo, R. Barbieri, K. Walker, B. Stewart, P. Hachey, 
R. Perry, C. Gray, A. Perry, T. Pina, A. Silva, P. DeCost, B. Pim- 
ental, J. Leandro, S. Barboza, G. Richmond, B. Cappella, P. Stearns, 
Coach DeSisto. 



Coach Henry Cryer, Co-Captains Billy Butters and Larry Smith, 
Coach Joseph DeSisto. 



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FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 




Our team breaks up the play 



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Hard luck Dogs 
Hapless Freshmen 
Griddens in '67 



S. Gallagher; J. Ruxton; D. Curtis; Mr. D. Edwards, Coach; M. 
Mendes; M. Silva; B. Clark. 2nd: J. Epps; G. Axford; D. Whiting; 
A. Dunham; D. Robinson; D. Parent; J. Seaver; G. Martin. Back: 
V. Almeida; G. Silvia; J. Martin; D. Ashley; G. Baker; R. Drew; 
J. O'Connor; E. Mello; G. Boccina. 



VARSITY RECORD 

P-C ... 6 Bridgewater-Raynham . 14 

P-C..14 Rockland 6 

P-C... 6 Middleboro 16 

P-C ... Whitman-Hanson 28 

P-C . . 30 Abington 30 

P-C ... Hingham 8 

P-C . . 14 Randolph 30 

P-C ... Scituate 7 

P-C. 14 Silver Lake 

FRESHMAN RECORD 

P-C ... 6 Bridgewater-Raynham . . 26 

P-C. ..0 Rockland 14 

P-C. 14 Middleboro 20 

P-C ... 6 Whitman-Hanson 26 

P-C. . . 8 Abington 14 

P-C . . 6 Hingham 36 

P-C... 8 Randolph 14 

P-C. . . 6 Scituate 26 

P-C. 26 Silver Lake 24 

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Baby . . . the rain must fall. 



John Furtado 



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Paul Correia 



John Tadia 




Francis Latosek 



Larry Smith 



Steve Rogers 



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W. Bouchard; D. Conroy; Mr. H. Rogers, Coach; R. Brown; R. Daley. Back; E. 
Al Chokachy; R. McCosh; P. Taylor; P. Giovannetti; S. Conroy. 



Luckless P. C. Harriers Promise Future Victories 



It's a great day for the races. 



The Plymouth-Carver Harriers 
showed great promise of sixth sea- 
son, despite a record of 1-7-0 and a 
position of sixth place in the Old 
Colony League Meet. Some of the 
outstanding performers for Ply- 
mouth-Carver were Dave Conroy, 
Steve Conroy, Pete Taylor, Rusty 
Brown, and Robert Daley. Two of 
the first five runners, Steve Conroy 
and Bob Daley will graduate this 
spring. Coach Hank Rogers is de- 
pending on Bob McCosh, Evan Al- 
Chokachy, and Bill Bouchard to take 
their places. 



THE RECORD 

We They 

31 Scituate 24 

44 Randolph 15 

32 Rockland 23 

26 Whitman-Hanson 29 

44 Silver Lake 15 

38 Hingham 17 

44 Middleboro 15 

31 Bridgewater-Raynham .... 25 







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"Kid" you don't stand a chance. 



Eager Boosters Promote 
Independent Soccer 



Paul's on the ball. 



The newest sport at Plymouth-Carver High this year was soc- 
cer. Mr. Richard Ward took on the task of forming a team and 
was greeted by 36 eager boys. Plymouth opened its first season 
by defeating Norwell 3-1, followed by a string of defeats. The 
team's spirit, however, remained high and in their last game at 
home Plymouth convincingly upset a strong, experienced Hing- 
ham squad, 2-1. 

Playing as an independent, its first year, the Plymouth squad 
was forced to scrimmage whatever teams were available and as 
a result, played stronger, more experienced teams. 



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Front: B. Tusher, R. Souza, M. Minahan, R. Chadwick, J. Campbell, Coach 
Richard Ward, D. Choque, W. Reid, J. Halunen, P. Kasarjian, R. Dethlefsen. 
Middle: R. Bongiovanni, W. Shaw, D. Campbell, J. Darsh, J. Bongiovanni, C. 
Buckley, J. Loupos, M. Haigh, T. Doherty. Back: W. Valente, D. Barron, 
E. Lanman, P. Pinnetti, J. Moores, S. Moore, R. Meyer, S. Vincent, J. Chad- 
wick, N. Eklund. 



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THE RECORD 

. 3 Norwell 1 

. 1 Hingham 3 

. 2 Duxbury 3 

. 2 Barnstable 3 

. 2 Sandwich 4 

. 1 Duxbury 5 

. 2 Hingham 1 

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P-C 4 Bridgewater 2 

P-C .... 8 Whitman-Hanson . . 

P-C 3 Scituate 1 

P-C Hingham 2 

P-C 1 Abington 1 

P-C 5 Silver Lake 

P-C 2 Rockland 

P-C 3 Middleboro 



J.V. RECORD 

C .... Bridgewater 5 

C .... 1 Whitman-Hanson . . 

C 1 Scituate 2 

C Hingham 4 

C Abington 

C Silver Lake 

C Rockland 

C Middleboro 



Front: Miss Judy Wild, S. Fabri, D. 
Stevens, A. Sampson, K. Haire, L. 
Rogers, W. Heath, S. Vecchi. Middle: 
B. Giovanetti, D. Vaughn, C. Quillin, 
N. Arnold, B. Barros, C. Govoni, L. 
Nicolas, J. Dunlap. Back: B. Fer- 
nandes, L. Raymond, D. Heath, L. 
Lopes, K. Shepard, N. Prout, D. Cor- 
reira, K. Sousa. 




Front: Miss Nancy MacDuffee, Nancy Darsh, Caryl Rettig, Diane Young, 
Susan Meharg, Donna Fernandez, Bernadette Anti. Back: Donna Rup- 
recht, Christine Lodi, Paula Banker, Trish Meyer, Christine Pimental, 
Susan Barlow, Penny Brewster. 





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J. V. Co-Captains 
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Turtle swims ahead. 



6-1-1 record 
secures 2nd place 

The Girl's Field Hockey Team finis! ?(* its season in 
second place with a 6-1-1 record despite the gaps left 
by last year's seniors. They also take pride in their 
tie with Hingham for first place in the Southeastern 
Massachusetts Tournament in which they overpowered 
teams from 5 leagues. 

Although the Junior Varsity suffered a less specta- 
cular season, the experience and sportsmanship that 
was gained will strengthen the Varsity in future years. 




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S. Feci; G. Webber; G. Brigida; E. Al-Chokhachey; N. Prout; A. Machon; K. Haire; 
E. Minsky; W. Shaw. 2nd Row: A. Perry; J. O'Conner; S. Lindros; A. Leonardi; 
S. Brenner; W. Bouchard; G. Keller; S. Ottani; W. Malaguti; S. Pereira; E. Mello; 
M. Sylvia; J. Martin; T. Doherty; S. Corvini. 3rd Row: J. Hammer; L. Moneiro; 
K. Guerra; C. Orzechowski; B. Holmes; J. Furtado; D. Ashley; D. Whiting; J. 
Seaver; D. Wagner; P. Hachey; L. Nicolas; R. Baietti; G. Boccaci; N. Arnold; 
W. Valente. Back: R. Chadwick; W. Wylie; G. Borcina; D. Morse; G. Axford; P. 
Santos; D. Hatton; F. Latosek; R. Oliveira; M. Carvalho; M. Wirzburger; Mr. 
Mario Crociati. 

The Plymouth-Carver Wind Ensemble performs at football games, pep 
rallies, and the school Exchange Concert. 

The group practices four times a week and is open to any with the 
ability and interest in playing an instrument. This year the band is being 
credited as a regular subject. 

The Marching Girls consists of 34 regulars and several substitutes 
chosen from all classes by the Band Director. The lively drills performed 
at the half-times of football games exemplified the spirit of the student 
body. 

C. Coffin; L. Heath; C. Browning, Co-Captain; B. Prentice; D. Santos; M. Dunlap; 
S. Bloom; J. Brigida, Captain; M. Shea; C. Seaver. 2nd Row: D. Pineau; D. Morin; 
J. Neri; S. Ralcliffe; C. Gately; D. Marvelli; M. Ferro; J. Furtado; D. MacDonald. 
Back: K. Emery, M. Morse; P. Best; S. Griswold; C. Govoni; L. Rogers; P. Banker; 
J. Dunlap; L. Couter; P. Tassinari. 



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Cheerleaders 




K. Post; L. Roberts; S. Barbieri; D. Roncarati; D. 
Fry; B. Fratus; M. Mederios; absent, M. Barros. 



Co-Captains: B. Fratus; D. Ron- 
carati. 




The Cheerleaders kept the spirit and mo- 
rale high at all the athletic events. Their 
cheers were filled with peppy jumps and 
precision routines on the basketball court 
and on the football field. 




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A new addition to the entertainment at football games, the Ma- 
jorettes perform with the band and marching girls. The baton-twirling 
exhibitions put on by the girls add an extra sparkle to the half-time 
programs. 



Pep Squad 



This year, as in the past, many PC High girls formed a Pep Squad 
and cheered the Blue Eagles on to many victories. The squad members 
distinguished themselves among the crowd as they wore white berets 
with a Blue Eagle emblem. 




R. Pimental; R. Magura; D. Roncarati; B. Fratus; S. Martin; N. Bonfiglio; E. 
Silva; V. Dries; M. Karklin; V. Clark. Second: P. Edwards; G. James; J. Bastoni; 
A. Best; C. Grady; M. Brigida; E. Cerasulo; C. Garvey; S. Barbieri: Third: A. 
Hertel; A. Martin; C. Burns; C. Almeida; P. Dearn; B. Rettig; C. Pina; K. 
Almeida; K. Casey; B. Jordan. Back: C. Diaz; P. Valenziano; J. Ashley; J. 
Almeida; L. Delano; P. Estes; A. Gudonis. 



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The year is at the full. 

Days have become routine, but not yet dull. 

College-boards survived, 

basketball in full swing . . . term papers, midyears, 

"blue and white, fight, fight." 

The lights burn late over open books. 

Morning and the bus come too early 

Both too cold for comfort. 

School is a welcome sight in spite of mud-streaked 
floors and unfinished homework. 

"The Curious Savage", talent show, 
a Winter Choral Festival, 

Chris and the Senior Show, 
our February Prom. 

This last year for the Harris Hall class 
is rich with accomplishment . . . 
A proper fulfillment. 



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The Plymouth-Carver Blue Eagles began the first half 
of their 1968 season against Silver Lake at the P-C gym. 
From the opening gun it was clear that the Eagles would 
win their starting games with ease. 

High point of this part of the season was the Whit- 
man-Hanson game in which six P-C players hit double 
figures and "Beanie" Gomes threw in a long jumper with 
59 seconds left in the contest to give P-C 100 points. 

In the second round Plymouth-Carver faced some 
sharpened opponents, but in spite of the fierce competi- 
tion, the Eagles rallied to top the Old Colony league 
undefeated. 

The Blue Eagles can also be proud of placing three men 
on the Ail-Star squad — Dave Conroy (captain), Dave 
Maccaferri, and Chris Gray — with Steve Rogers and Bob 
Williams receiving honorable mention. The boys put on 
a fine exhibition against the top men in the league 
and squeaked out an 84-80 win. 

The 1967-68 Plymouth-Carver team was high-lighted 
by a great outside shooter in Dave Conroy, good re- 
bounders in Chris Gray and Dave Maccaferri, sturdy, 
ball-hawking defensive players in Bob Williams and Steve 
Rogers, and a strong bench to back them up. But the 
foundation behind P-C's success was a great coach in 
"Hank" Rogers. 




R. McCosh; G. Gomes; R. Brown; R. 
Williams; S. Rogers. Back: S. Corvini; 
D. Douglas; P. Pinnetti; Coach Hank 
Rogers; D Maccaferri; C. Gray; D. Con- 
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VARSITY SCORES 



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P-C. . . 


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P-C. .. 


74 


P-C. .. 


91 


P-C . . . 


87 


P-C. .. 


81 


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104 

68 


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76 


P-C. .. 


83 


P-C. .. 


79 


P-C. .. 


66 


P-C . . . 


69 


P-C . . . 


80 


P-C . . . 


63 


P-C. .. 


84 


P-C... 


87 


P-C . . . 


83 


P-C. .. 


92 


P-C... 


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Silver Lake 54 

Randolph 56 

Scituate 39 

Rockland 68 

Bridgewater 64 

Whitman-Hanson . . 78 

Middleboro 31 

Hingham 69 

Abington 67 

Silver Lake 52 

Randolph 60 

Scituate 64 

Bridgewater 70 

Rockland 57 

Middleboro 69 

Whitman-Hanson . . 56 

Abington 65 

Hingham 73 

All Stars 80 



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TECH TOURNAMENT 

As a result of its 18-0 record in the Old Colony League, 
Plymouth-Carver entered the Eastern Massachusetts Tech 
Tourney. The Eagles drew a bye for the first round, but 
in the second their 67 points did not quite match Stough- 
ton's 69. Despite this loss the Eagles displayed their skill 
and sportsmanship in a well-played game. 




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JUNIOR VARSITY 

Mr. Henry Cryer, Coach; P. 
Correa; S. Lopes; S. Diaz; J. 
Silva; S. Britto; A. Fernandes. 
Back: A. Perry; G. Almeida; 
R. Randall; C. Lapworth; S. 
Cavicci; R. Perry. 



FRESHMEN 

J. Ruxton; L. Paulding; G. 
Boccaci; J. Douglas; G. Mar- 
tin; K. Remmick. Back: E. 
Mello, Manager; S. Frvermuth; 
M. Mendes; J. Epps; D. Curtis; 
J. Miranda; G. Baker; R. Silva; 
A. Dunham, Manager; Mr. 
Douglas Edwards, Coach. 



PC. 


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P-C. 


..31 


PC. . 


..32 


P-C. 


..36 


P-C. 


..38 


P-C. 


..48 


P-C. 


..39 


P-C. 


..49 


P-C. 


..56 


P-C. 


. .32 


P-C. 


..56 


P-C. 


..41 


P-C. . 


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P-C. 


..39 


P-C. 


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P-C. . 


..41 


P-C. 


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P-C. 


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J.V. SCORES 

Silver Lake 39 P-C. 

Randolph 25 P-C. 

Scituate 47 P-C. 

Rockland 57 P-C. 

Bridgewater 40 P-C . 

Whitman-Hanson 55 P-C. 

Middleboro 31 P-C. 

Hingham 43 P-C. 

Abington 42 P-C. 

Silver Lake 29 P-C. 

Randolph 36 P-C. 

Scituate 50 P-C. 

Bridgewater 39 P-C. 

Rockland 32 P-C. 

Middleboro 19 P-C. 

Whitman-Hanson 32 P-C. 

Abington 39 P-C. 

Hingham 60 



FRESHMEN SCORES 

. 26 Silver Lake 28 

. 57 Randolph 23 

.62 Scituate 38 

.60 Rockland 51 

. 57 Bridgewater 36 

. 41 Whitman-Hanson .... 16 

.55 Middleboro 57 

.53 Hingham 20 

. 54 Abington 51 

.42 Silver Lake 29 

. 55 Randolph 28 

.41 Scituate 51 

. 39 Bridgewater 48 

.29 Rockland 47 

.44 Whitman-Hanson 21 

.37 Abington 50 

47 Hingham 42 



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VARSITY SCORES 

P-C....36 Silver Lake 12 

P-C 25 Scituate 34 

P-C....15 Rockland 45 

P-C 25 Bridgewater 27 

P-C 28 Whitman-Hanson 32 

P-C... 41 Middleboro 21 

P-C 46 Hingham 26 

P-C. .. .42 Abington 32 

P-C... 31 Hingham 25 

P-C... 68 Silver Lake 19 

P-C 35 Abington 17 

P-C 49 Scituate 20 

P-C. ... 29 Bridgewater 31 

P-C 23 Rockland 37 

P-C... 50 Middleboro 21 

P-C 36 Whitman-Hanson 43 



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Girls 9 Basketball 




VARSITY — L. Heath, Manager; D. Ruprecht, Manager; C. Rettig; Miss 
N. MacDuffiee, Coach; J. Plante; D. King, Manager. Back: S. Robertson; 
I. Pina; C. Lodi; D. Fernandez; N. Darsch; K. Pimental. 



The Girls' Varsity Basketball Team, despite injuries and the 
loss of last year's seniors, won more than half of its games. In 
the High School Sports Day at Bridgewater, Plymouth-Carver 
defeated all four of its opponents. 

Two scoring records were broken this season. The team also 
tied the league record for the highest scoring girls game. 

The J.V.'s by their 14-2 record showed great promise for 
another year. 




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Joanne Plante and Caryl Rettig 



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P-C. 


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P-C. 


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P-C. 


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P-C. 


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P-C. 


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P-C. 


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P-C. 


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A tense moment in the Abington game! 

J.V. SCORES 

Silver Lake 8 

Scituate 7 

Rockland 23 

Bridgewater 20 

Whitman-Hanson 3 

Middleboro 9 

Hingham 13 

Abington 10 

Hingham 8 

Silver Lake 6 

Abington 13 

Scituate 5 

Bridgewater 15 

Rockland 13 

Middleboro 5 

Whitman-Hanson 12 







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J.V. — F. Andrews; B. Rettig; V. Fernandes; Miss 
J. Wild, Coach; L. Lopes; T. Andrews; B. Fer- 
nandes; B. Barros. Back: B. Giovannetti, Manager; 



W. Heath; C. Thomas; R. Wilson; P. Best; N. 
Arnold; B. Barrows; F. Fernandes; T. Wood, Man 
ager. 






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C. Cappannari; S. Rogers; P. Bastoni; Mr. K. 
Taylor, Advisor; D. Roncarati, P. Stearns, D. 
Choque. Middle: J. Darsh; S. Fabri; M. Elliott; 
S. Vecchi; J. Bastoni; D. Barrows; B. Robis- 



cheau; R. Perry. Back: R. Souza; D. Santos; C. 
Coffin; K. Post; K. Beal; M. Wirzburger; P. 
Santos; E. AlChokhachy. 



and National Honor Society 



The Student Council, representing the entire 
student body of Plymouth-Carver High School, 
is one of the most active organizations within 
the school. The Council serves its students by 
scheduling activities on a school calender, 
presenting assemblies, and running class elec- 
tions. 

Besides its intraschool projects, the Coun- 
cil is continuing the support of a foster child 
in South Viet Nam. It has also undertaken a 
new project this year in conjunction with the 
Peace Corps. The goal is to raise $1,000 toward 
the building of a new school in an under- 
developed country. 



Each year members of the Junior and Senior 
classes are elected to the Massosoit Chapter of 
The National Honor Society. 

Selection of members is determined by a 
vote of the Faculty Committee based on quali- 
fications of scholarship, character, leadership 
and service. 

On October 30th twelve new members were 
inducted at an evening meeting. In the spring 
some Juniors and Seniors will be taken into 
the Honor Society. 




D. Roncarati; C. Bramhall; R. DiSalvatore; S. 
Bloom; C. Cappannari; J. Williamson; C. Kuhn. 
Middle: J. Brigida; C. Bouchard; M. Rose; D. 
King; J. Taormina; M. Jayko; K. Dittrich; K. 



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Bubbins; C. Browning. Back: J. Garcia; E; 
Lanman; S. Conroy; S. Donovan; P. Ferro; R. 
Meyer. 



Leader Corps and . . . 




L. Wilbur; M. Brigida; D. Heath; 
Mr. R. Holton, Adviser; R. Doten; 
J. Crocker; E. Al Chokachy; R. 
DiSalvatore; N. Eklund; A. Bum- 
pus; S. Radcliffe; S. Dunham; C. 
Govoni; S. Griswold; F. Hart; M. 
Nickerson; M. Jayko; L. Nicolas; 
W. Malaguti; R. Magura; R. Bon- 
giovanni. 



C. Eziniki; D. Pina; C. Govoni; 
J. Nutt; L. Nicolas; P. Banker; L. 
Heath; S. Griswold; J. Murphy; 
V. Dries; C. Govoni; C. Browning; 
S. Martin; S. Barlow; P. Brews- 
ter; M. Pedro; J. Boise; I. Pina; 
L. Washburn; D. Fry; P. Butter- 
field. 




Dean's Council 



The Leader Corps was formed strictly 
as a service organization. The corps' main 
duty is serving as ushers for various 
school events. 

To qualify for membership one must be 
a member in good standing in his class, 
he must also have the ability to serve 
the school. This organization is run by a 
five member board consisting of a chair- 
man, Vice-chairman, and two representa- 
tives at large. The corps keeps a member- 
ship of nine seniors, seven juniors, five 
sophomores, and four freshmen. 



The Dean's Council's main purpose is 
to sponsor value-building activities. The 
members serve as "Big sisters" to under- 
classmen, offer suggestions for school 
policies, and sponsor talent shows and 
programs beneficial to the student body. 

The Council consists of girls from all 
four classes and is also a representation 
from prep, business and general curricu- 
lums. 



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American Field 
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The student A.F.S. is an organization much like 
that of the Adult Chapter. The main function is to 
to sponsor foreign students attending our school. 
This year it is also sponsoring a Plymouth student 
attending school in Denmark. 

An annual project of the A.F.S. is operating the 
coffee concession at the Town Meetings. The club 
also raises money by holding dances and food sales ; 
and by the generous donations of the community. 



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D. Doll; C. Cappannari; R. DiSalvatore; L. Perry; S. Dono- 
van; C. Bouchard; D. Choque; M. Morse; C. Bramhall; S. 
Barbieri; E. Minsky; R. Magura; D. Lambert; L. Wash- 
burn; L. Fager; L. Pittella. 2nd: M. Nickerson; D. Morin; 
J. Neri; K. Post; C. Griffith; S. Dunham; C. Hall; L. 
MacDonald; C. Gately; C. Gatley; L. Sawyer; D. Marvelli; 
C. Coffin; B. Prentice; S. Brenner; M. Dunlap; S. Fortini. 
3rd: D. Freyermuth, A. Hertel; S. Bloom; M. Ferro; M. 
Brigida; A. Best; J. Bastoni; A. Sampson; D. Stevens; M. 
Dupuis; S. Vecchi; M. Elliot; S. Fabri; E. Al Chokachy; L. 
Petroff. 4th: A. Gudonis; M. Stefani; L. Couter; R. Doten; 



C. Butterfield; D. Thurber; J. Crocker J. Dunlap; B. Wood- 
ward; L. Nicholas; D. Govoni; S. Griswold N. Bonfiglio; K. 
Leary; P. Jesse; C. Montannari; S. Mostrom. 5th: L. Wilbur; 

D. Pimental; L. Young D. Farrah; S. Radcliffe; D. Fry; C. 
Miller; V. Clark; L. Rogers; K. Haire; M. Brewster; C. 
Garvey; P. Tassinnari; E. Silva; M. Pedro; C. Harrala; P. 
Griffith. Back: L. Heath; D. Coleman; A. Bumpus; J. Wil- 
liamson; M. Shea; C. Seaver; J. Ashley; M. Silvia; F. Hor- 
ton; J. Pimental; J. Butterfield; C. Dupuis; C. Discuillo; D. 
Andrade; C. Buckley. 



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Miss A. Ziergiebel; D. Pina; F. Horton; J. Almei- 
da; C. Burns; C. Ruemker; R. Pimental; K. Whit- 
ing; J. Wagner; N. La France; M. Wirzburger; 



K. Dupruis; D. Holmes; A. Strassel; P. Aguiar; 
J. Thompson; I. Pina; K. Burns; Mrs. V. Bram- 
hall. 



Library Aides and Bookstore 



Without the help of the library aides 
the library would not be able to operate 
on a full time basis. 

Their duties consist of aiding the stu- 
dents in locating reference and periodical 
materials, and taking care of the business 
at the main desk. 



The Bookstore was established in order 
to make available to Plymouth-Carver 
students current books at discount prices. 
The store is managed and staffed by 
members of the student body. 




M. Silvia; C. Simpson; P. Linsey; M. Morse; S. 
Barbieri; D. Young. Middle: R. Magura; C. Bram- 



hall; D. Morin; E. Minsky; N. Walker. Back: M. 
Nickerson; D. Davis; J. Edwards; M. Mediros. 




Typist Pool 

Business students at PCHS have 
a wonderful opportunity to put their 
classroom studies to practical use. 
By working in the various depart- 
ments of the school, the girls gain 
valuable experience which will prove 
valuable to them in their future oc- 
cupations. 



S. Johnson; Mrs. L. Swartz; K. Carafoli. 
Back: E. Viera; P. MacNeil; P. Neal; S. 
Fortini. 





Guidance Aids 

E. Cox; R. Doten; Mrs. H. Prout; M. Bresnahan; M. Ferro. 



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Office Assistants 




M. Mederios; M. Pedro; L. LeVangie; Mrs. M. Whiting; K. Dittrich; N. Neal; 
R. Magura; J. McNary; C. Lodi; Mrs. B. Usher; K. Carafoli; D. Barr; A. William- 
son. 

In addition to gaining this experience, the girls also contribute 
greatly to the smooth running of the school by relieving the faculty of 
time-consuming paper work. 



Department Secretaries 

N. Neal; Miss B. Arthur; K. Dittrich. Back: P. Petrell; M. DeOliveria; M. Pedro; 
L. LeVangie. 







Laboratory Assistants 




C. Eziniski; W. Ohannisian; M. Stefani; S. Dunham; C. Bouchard; S. Pereira; J. 
Burgess. 



The lab aides are students who are in at least their second year of a 
science and show a desire to pursue the field further. They gain practical 
knowledge of biology, chemistry, physics, and earth science by working 
with the teachers in the labs after school and during the 5th period. 



A udio - Visual A ids 



The audio-visual department uses student helpers who do a variety of 
tasks which give them some valuable experience. These students learn 
to operate and care for the equipment found in the department. They 
are responsible for delivery and pickup of equipment throughout the 
school. 



B. Clark; N. Smith; C. Cappannari; C. Jayko; K. Holmes; Mr. R. Simmons. 










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Varsity Club 




J. Furtado; S. Tusher; C. Gray; D. Maccaf erri ; Mr. M. Romano; B. Butters; H. 
Ruxton; L. Smith; R. Tynan. 2nd: S. Rogers; R. Brown; W. Parkhurst; M. Sirrico; R. 
Perry; W. Cappella; S. Loud; W. Henry; J. Chadwick. 3rd: R. Freyermuth; P. 
Stearns; K. Beal; M. Donelan; J. Silva; P. Correira; F. Latosek; J. Taddia; J. Leandro. 
Back: D. Conroy; S. Conroy; P. Giovanetti; D. DeCost; J. Costa; J. Bongiovanni; D. 
May; E. AlChokachy. 

The Varsity Club consists of those boys who have earned a letter in 
any of the varsity sports. The two main objectives of the club are to en- 
courage sportsmanship and to promote interscholastic athletics. 



Girls' Sports Club 



The Girl's Sports Club is open to any girl who has shown interest in 
varsity activities. The girls must also display the qualities of fair play 
and good sportsmanship. 

S. Clark; T. Andrews; B. Fratus; D. Roncarati; R. Nye; D. King; S. Barbieri; C. Bram- 
hall; C. Rettig; D. Ruprechtj J. Edwards; S. Meharg; L. Heath. 2nd: B. Fernandes; L. 
Lopes; S. Cicciu; S. Brigida; L. Roberts; K. Post; D. Fry; E. Minsky; N. Darsch; T. 
Meyer; M. Mederios; L. Royers. 3rd: C. Thomas; R. Wilson; D. Stevens; A. Sampson; 
P. Brewster; S. Barlow; N. Prout; D. Vaughan; C. Quillin; S. Fabri; L. Nicolas; P. 
Banker; K. Haire. 4th: S. Robertson; D. Young; N. Arnold; C. Govoni; W. Heath; L. 
Raymond; K. Shepard; K. Souza; B. Giovanetti; D. Corriea; C. Govoni; B. Woodward. 
Back: B. Rettig; K. Pimental; I. Pina; B. Barros; C. Lodi; S. Vecchi; D. Heath; C. 
Burns; Y. Dupuis; P. Best; J. Dunlap; S. Griswold. 



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L. Braley; A. Nunes; M. DeCosta; J. Butterfield; P. Griff is; 
A. DeOliveira; D. Mahoney; P. Kasarjian; N. Griffin; L. 
Wilber; C. Miller; L. Young. 2nd row: D. Pineau; E. Robi- 
chaud; A. Hertel; D. Price; T. Card; P. Tribble; M. Miranda; 
M. Stefani; J. Ashley; V. Clark; D. Andrade; V. Dries. Back: 
L. Jeddry; J. Scanland; M. Warner; K. Costa; S. Ferro; B. 
Pratt; K. Sander; N. Rasmussen; G. Armstrong; P. Fon- 

The Chorus offers a chance for students to dis- 
play their musical talents while gaining the experi- 
ence of working in a large group and performing 
in public. The concerts held provide music for every 
taste by the separate performances of the Mixed 
Chorus, the Chorale, the Girls' Chorus, and soloists. 



taine; J. Williamson; D. Pimental; P. Holmes; K. Souza. 
Absent: P. Arons; S. Bumpus; S. Dangora; R. DiSalvatore; 
D. Fry; M. Karklin; D. Ward; V. Dangora; A. Gudonis; I. 
Nickerson; N. Lopes; D Estey; A. Hamblin; C. Hodkins; G. 
Neil; A. Costa; G. Courtney; R. Fortini; L. Woodworth; S. 
Moore; R. Tellis; M. Scott. 



Newly formed this year, the PCHS Dance Band 
consists of seventeen members selected by their 
ability. This provides training for the students in 
many different types of music and also in perform- 
ing in such activities as the Pops Concert and the 
school Exchange Concert in the spring. 



Dance Band 




E. Mello; M. Sylvia; S. Corvini; T. Doherty; J. Martin; R. 
MacDougal. 2nd: W. Shaw; D. Hatton; F. Latosek; R. 



Oliveira; M. Carvalho; W. Valente; G. Boccaci; R. Baietti; N. 
Arnold. Back: L. Monteiro; J. Hammer. 



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Mr. R. Merrifield Advisor; L. Young; D. Farrah; S. 
Clark; L. Washburn, Editor; D. Caldera; C. Garvey; 
K. Casey; K. Kramer; A. Bumpus. 2nd: C. Bramhall; 
S. Brewster; M. Pedro; P. Dearn; M. Dupuis; M. 
Elliot. 3rd: E. Masin; P. Curt; P. Tassannari; L. 



Pittella; D. Lambert; J. Monti; K. Swartz; C. Grif- 
fith; D. Freyermuth; S. Fabri. Back: K. Dern; L. Bra- 
ley; C. Almeida; A. Williamson; B. Woodward; J. 
Thompson; E. AlChokhachey; S. Conroy; K. Dern. 



Clarion and "Lit" Magazine 



Through the publishing of the news and 
activities of the school the Clarion provides 
students with experience in journalism and 
publishing. 

Staff members are chosen by the editors 
in conjunction with teacher recommendations. 



The Lit, recipient of the highest achieve- 
ment award from the New England Scholas- 
tic Press Association, is published annually. 
It represents the creative works of both the 
student body and members of the community. 




J. Monti; S. Clark; S. Bloom, Co-Editor; Mr. J. 
Auciello, Advisor; J. Brigida, Co-Editor; A. Strassel; 
D. Pearson. Middle: P. Brewster; D. Cline; M. Dun- 
lap; B. Prentice; S. Brewster; A. Bumpus; N. Bonfig- 



lio; S. Griswold. Back: K. Kramer; S. Barlow; L. 
Couter; J. Berardi; A. Williamson; J. Crocker; C. 
Govoni; B. Woodward; B. Burt. 




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Future Nurses Club and 




R. Doten; Mrs. R. Volta; S. Brewster, President. Back: P. Govoni; J. Thompson; N. 
Ceccarelli; D. MacDougall; I. Pina; D. Miranda; J. Murphy; C. Rubis; D. Hamblin. 

. . . Future Teachers Club 



The Future Nurse's is sponsored by the 
Jordan Hospital Club. The purpose of the 
club is to bring together Junior and Senior 
girls interested in nursing and health ca- 
reers. 

Each year the club awards a $150 Scholar- 
ship to a Senior entering the field of Nurs- 
ing. Also they make a cash donation to one 
worthy charity. This year $50 is being given 
to the Junior Red Cross. 

The Future Teachers of America is affil- 
iated with the National Education Associa- 
tion and the Massachusetts Teachers As- 
sociation and is open to juniors and seniors 



who intend to teach. Monthly meetings, 
visits to schools and colleges, a teacher-aide 
program, a student tutoring service, and a 
weekly play-day for exceptional children are 
among the club's activities. 

Last year the group won state-wide re- 
cognition for its service to mentally retarded 
children. 

F.T.A. also recruits volunteers for Head 
Start and the summer swim program for 
retarded children. Asociate members are ac- 
cepted from the underclassmen who are in 
any of the volunteer programs. 




C. Rettig; B. Fratus; A. Bumpus; D. Coleman; Mrs. 
J. Pat: <>"de, Advisor; D. Freyermuth; M. Shea; C. 
Seaver; L. Petroff. 2nd: D. Young; N. Darsch; P. 
Govoni; L. Haarala; A. Gudonis; V. Dries; M. Ferro; 
P. Arons; E. Cerasulo; L. Hachey. 3rd: L. Couter; 

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J. Scanlon; D. Davis; J. Ashley; C. Eziniki; J. Mur- 
phy; C. Govoni; L. Nicolas; D. Heath; S. Vecchi. 
Back: C. Bates; C. Butterfield; J. Pimental; L. Pit- 
tella; L. MacDonald; C. Gately; C. Coffin. 



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W. Rasmussen; G. Newcomb; E. AlChokachey; T. 
Donelan; M. Wirzburger; Mr. A. Cohen, Advisor. 



Back: L. Petroff; C. Eziniki; R. Vacchi; L. Nicolas; 
S. Griswold; K. Govoni; M Stefani. 



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The Debate Club provides an opportunity 
for students to debate other schools in the 
Southeastern Massachusetts League. It is 
open to any student interested in debating 
or in related activities such as reporting 
and doing research. The club meets regularly 
to work on cases or to visit other schools for 
debates. 



C. Hall; S. Bloom; P. Bastoni; Miss J. Draghetti, 
Advisor; C. Roth; S. Brewster; S. Clark; S. Fortini; 
S. Dunham; V. Clark; J. Smith; S. Ferro. 2nd: J. 
Flynn; S. Barlow; D. Cline; M. Karklin; D. Fry; R. 
Doten; M. Ferro; C. Montannari; S. Martin; N. 
Prout C. Reed. 3rd: P. Brewster; B. Sampson; N. 



The Drama Club aims to give students a 
practical knowledge of the various aspects 
of the theater and urges all who are inter- 
ested in the dramatic arts to join. 

The club has planned one major produc- 
tion this year, with hopes for a second proj- 
ect in the spring. In the future it plans to 
join with the Music Department to produce 
a full-scale musical. 

Smith; J. Beradi; A. Williamson; K. Kramer; C. 
Hollis; L. Delano; A. Best; M. Brigida; P. Estes; J. 
Bastoni; D. Correa; S. Gellar. Back: A. Sampson; 
N. Marsh; J. Murphy; A. Gudonis; C. Freeman; C. 
Thompson; A. Leonardi; T. Wood; D. Pineau; K. 
Souza, J. Ashley; S. Smith. 




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P. Brewster; C. Cappannari; G. Armstrong; C. Bouchard; S. Donovan; 
J. Smith; C. Thompson. Middle: A. Williamson; B. Woodward; A. 
Dunham; C. DiSalvatore; M. Wirzburger; D. Miner; K. Kramer. Back: 
D. Cline; J. Berardi; S. Barlow; J. Butterfield; V. Clark; K. Souza; 
T. Wood; S. Martin; N. Marsh; B; Sampson. 

The Geological Society is comprised of a small group of stu- 
dents with a great interest in the study of rocks. 

Several field trips are planned each year, mainly to Maine. 
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V. Higgins; J. Flynn; T. Donelan. 
Back: J. Wagner; G. Newcomb; Mr. 
J. Robinson, Adviser; E. AlChokachy. 






The Chess Club was formed by a group of boys interested 
in learning the finer points of this age-old game. This year 
it has become an interscholastic activity. 





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French Club 

S. Gellar; D. Doll; C. Cappannari; 
R. Freyermuth; R. Tynan; S. Bar- 
bieri; Miss I. Albertini, Advisor; S. 
Bloom; P. Best; J. Pimental; S. 
Griswold; A. Cappannari; V. Dries. 
2nd: S. Fabri; S. Martin; D. Mac- 
Donald; S. Lindros; S. Barlow; A. 
Williamson; D. Cline; J. Dunlap; 
P. Linsey; M. Ferro; L. Couter; C. 
Besse; P. Banker; P. Arons. 3rd: 
S. Combs; D. Pineau; P. Estes; K. 
Emery; I. Vasapolo; K. Burgess; 
J. Butterfield; N. Morse; J. Berar- 
di; J. Monti; N. Moon; L. Rogers; 
J. Crocker; L. Nicolas; C. Govoni. 
Back: A. Gudonis; D. Lawrence; R. 
DiSalvatore; C. Bouchard; E. Rob- 
ischaud; S. Comeau; N. Griffin; K. 
Souza; J. Scanlon; P. Dearn; B. 
Sampson; D. Fortini; D. Coleman; 
J. Murphy. 



Spanish Club 

V. Dries; A. Bumpus; D. Choque; 
Mr. F. Garcia, Adviser; W. Park- 
hurst; D. Morin. 2nd: C. Gately; C. 
Coffin; L. MacDonald; L. Sawyer; 
C. Gately; E. Minsky. Back: I. 
Perez; N. Perez; M. Stefani; L. 
Pittella; E. Burns. 



Latin Club 

R. Freyermuth; L. Nicolas; D. 
Hathaway; P. Ryan; M. Gallagher; 
Mr. A. Dietlin, Adviser; A. Cap- 
pannari; S. Brenner; D. Millican; D. 
Coleman. 2nd: R. Telless; L. Perry; 
R. Lenzi; E. Cerasulo; K. Swartz; 
N. Bonfiglio; K. Haire; D. Miner. 
Back: A. Dunham; D. Barr; D. 
Lewis; J. Thomas; D. Lewis; L. 
Wilbur; N. Arnold; J. Bastoni; J. 
Goldovitz; P. Haigh. 




The language clubs provide opportunities for students to further 
their knowledge of foreign peoples in addition to their classroom studies. 
Guest speakers, student discussions, and field trips enrich their awareness 
of customs in other lands. 



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For underclassmen hope lives again . . . 
maybe there's an end to this year yet. 

For seniors the prospect 
of freedom earned after twelve long years 
is expressed in that dangerous, 
delicious, disease, senioritis. 

We coast into finals 

thinking more about Freak Day than French. 

feelings are mixed . . . 

Excitement 

Apprehension 

The feeling that comes when a class dissolves 
and one no longer belongs in 
that comfortable familiar crowd. 

Commencement . . . 

so far away last Fall 

still seems unreal as rehearsals begin. 

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club, was well received by all who saw 
it. The cast was superb and worked 
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Will the real beauties of '68 please stand 
up. 



Many of the skits in the talent show were 
written by the students and all were directed 
by Mrs. Alice Urann. 

Because of the large turn out there were 
several group numbers. For this type of activity, 
all one had to do was have the urge to belong 
and know his right foot from his left. 

Soloist were selected by their ability and 
willingness to practice. 




The Go-Go boys. 




Miss Oleo Butters gets crowned 
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Staff 



Senior Statistics 
Seated: L. Hachey; M. Pedro; C. 
Hall; M. Jayko; D. Coleman; R. 
DiSalvatore. Standing: B. Pren- 
tice; M. Dunlap; M. Bresnahan; S. 
Brewster; S. Donovan; P. Jesse. 




Business Staff 
Seated: S. Bloom; P. Ferro; S. 
Dunham; J. Williamson; S. Rad- 
cliffe. Standing: C. Roth; J. Car- 
amello; C. Cappannari; S. Don- 
ovan; R. DiSalvatore; M. Dunlap; 
C. Bouchard. 



Girl's Sports Staff 
B. Fratus; C. Rettig; M. Shea; 
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W. Borgatti; W. Parkhurst; P. 
Ruozzi; P. Stearns; P. Giovan- 
netti; W. Stewart. 



Staff Editors 
L. Heath; S. Bloom; P. Giovan- 
netti; C. Buckley; J. William- 
son; C. Hall; M. Jayko; S. Clark. 
Absent: S. Dunham. 



Literary Staff 

M. Jayko; J. Brigida; S. Bloom. 
Absent: A. Bumpus. 



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Typing Staff 

M. Pedro; E. Minsky; S. 
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Curriculum Staff 

S. Barbieri; M. Bastoni; D. Doll; L. Perry; J. Williamson; R. 
DiSalvatore; L. Petroff. 

Secretaries 

C. Kuhn; M. Rose; D. Thurber; C. Bramhall. 



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Lynette Heath; Christopher Buckley; Miss Anita Drisko, 
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OFFICERS: Vice-President Mark Silva; Treasurer Matthew 
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CLASS OFFICERS: Treasurer Joan Pimental; 
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The culmination: 

this, our year, has arrived. 

Half in reverie, half in planning 
the year is spent. 

Seniors remember fond memories of years past yet 
we are world-bound and must look to the future. 

We have reached the zenith of our high school 
careers yet it is not lasting. 

Still there is an aura, a feeling of pride 
at being the oldest, the wisest. 

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that are to last a lifetime. 

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Vice-President 
Marsha Morse 




President 
Charles Cappannari 




Secretary 
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Treasurer 
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Richard Standish Adams 

River Street 

"Rick" . . . carefree . . . plans to go to 
the Amazon . . . with his shotgun . . . 
to hunt cannibals?? . . . Likes those 
weekend parties . . . but, . . . OH! 
...The morning after! ... cool ... 
"How do you figure?" 




Bernadette Marie Anti 

14 Clyfton Street 

"Bernie" . . . best dressed . . . Ya, O.K. 
Kids! . . . would you believe . . . Hap- 
piness is ... Throwing a certain 
COACH in the shower?! . . . peppy 
. . . "Oh, no!" Patty's gas tank empty 
again . . . sweet . . . " fun-to-be-wit h". 
Sports Club 3, 4; Field Hockey 3, 4; 
Senior Show 4; Junior Prom 3; Senior 
Prom 4; Intramurals — volley ball and 
basketball. 





Douglas Haig Armstrong 

227 Sandwich Street 

"Doug" . . . original . . . ambit ion-" To 
get through the phoneys" . . . "How is 
that?" . . . independent . . . happiness 
is ... doing nothing . . . prized posses- 
sion-Private! . . . That's not fair . . . 
individualistic ... is peeved by the 
phoneys. 
Band 1, 2, 3; Chess Club 3. 




Gordon Kenneth Armstrong, Jr. 

14 Oak Street 

"Skippy" . . . or is it Red? . . . serious 
. . . prizes his almost finished apart- 
ment . . . dislikes . . . Patriotic Ameri- 
cans who don't believe in civil rights! 
. . . ambitious . . . hopes to enter the 
ministry ... is happy with someone 
that can be trusted . . . dependable. 
Chorus 1, 4; Debate Club 2; Geological 
Society 4; Plymouth Players 1, 2; Foot- 
ball 1; Manager 2; Intramurals 1, 3, 4; 
Golf 4. 



HIGH SCHOOL 
OF 1968 



Linda Mary Arnold 

9 Birch Avenue 

"Lumpy" . . . ambitious . . . happiness 
is no work ... no school ... "/ dunno" 
. . . Wants to teach . . . friendly . . . 
prizes her license . . . but peeved by 
fights. 

A.F.S. 2, 3, 4; Marching Girls 3, 4; 
F.T.A. 3, 4; Clarion 1; Future Nurses 
Club 3; Mentally Retarted Project 3; 
Dance Committee 3, 4; Prom Committee 
3, 4; Senior Show 4; Pep Squad 1. 




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Dana George Banker 

132 Summer Street 

"Dana" . . . good-natured . . . friendly 
. . . hopes to be successful . . . Doing 
what, Dana? ... "What's happening?" 
. . . besides finding a day when every- 
thing goes right!! . . . prizes . . . "My 
weights" . . . dislikes . . . people who 
are a pain . . . likeable. 
Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Football 
1, 2, 4; Driver Ed 3; Intramurals 2, 4; 
Senior Show 4; Weight training 1, 2, 3, 
4; Varsity Club. 



Margaret Mary Bastoni 

362 Court Street 

Peggy . . . "I'm so embarrassed!" . . . 
outgoing . . . but hates insincere people 
. . . What about . . . that summer of 
"67" ?? ... prizes Gertrude's eggs 
. . . and looks forward to . . . graduat- 
ing from college and becoming a social 
worker. 

Student Council 2; V.P. 3; Pres. 4; 
Chorus 1, 2; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Lead 
in "Anne Frank" and "Curious Sav- 
age"; Future Nurses 3; A.F.S. 2; 
Pilgrim 4; French Club 2; Graduation 
Usher; Candy Striper; Prom Commit- 
tee Chairman 3; Senior Show 4; Intra- 
murals 3, 4; Citizenship Conference 3; 
Jr. Women's Club Member 4. 








Stephanie Adele Barbieri 

323 Court Street 



'Stephy" . . . ambitious 
further her education 



. . . wants to 
. talkative . . . 
week- 



ya-Alright! . . . happiness is 
ends and the pink cloud(s) . . . prizes 
. . . my clothes and "He He" . . . can't 
say the same for "Su" though ... or 
chaving dessert?? 

Women Club 4; Prom Committees 3, 4 
Softball 1; Girls Sport Club 1, 3, 4 
French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; A.F.S. 2, 4 
Cheerleader 3, 4; Homeroom Rep. 1, 2, 
3; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3; Girls Track 
Team 1, 3; Bookstore 3, 4; Pep Squad 
1, 4; Pilgrim 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; 
Gym Show 3 ; Senior Show 4. 



Edward Nickerson Bates 

54 Standish Avenue 

"Eddy" . . . friendly . . . hopes to con- 
tinue school . . . "What's up?" . . . you 
say Ollie's bowling shoe bag??? . . . 
congenial . . . prizes his license, . . . 
but dislikes those study halls. 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 
4; Senior Show 4; Football 1; Senior 
Prom 4. 




Joseph Anthony Barros 

42 Samoset Street 

"Joe" . . . "open up, heavenly" . . . 
plans include business school . . . hap- 
piness is ... J.C.B. on the situation! 
. . . but is peeved by "certain people" 
. . . "prankish" . . . prizes his license 
. . . dancing . . . "What about my soul 
brothers?" . . . talkative. 
Homeroom rep. 1, 4; Dance Committee 
1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 2, 3; Junior Prom 
3; Senior Show 3, 4; Senior Prom 4; 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 3, 4. 




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Theodore Bisbee 

RFD No. 2, Holmes Street, Middleboro 

"Ted" . . . "What's up?" . . . looking 
for ways ... to leave school early . . . 
Army-bound . . . big . . . he prizes that 
1950 Dodge truck ... it was a very 
good year . . . quiet. 



Lawrence Smith Bliss 

65 High Street, Carver 

"Larry" . . . quiet . . . Plans include 
service, then college . . . Happiness is 
Holding the pool table at the 
"Pines" for three hours . . . "That's 
Nasti/" . . . Prizes his Scuba gear . . . 
but is peeved by a certain girl who 
wouldn't go steady . . . Mystery ish. 
Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Show 4; Varsity Club. 



Sheila Robin Bloom 

Woodvale Avenue 

"She" . . . Refreshing . . . Hopes to 
"keep her pact" ... "@/!?" ... 
What's this about? . . . Genuine . . . 
Happiness is ... zzzz sleeping til noon, 
at least . . . Prizes Moopy and her ban- 
gles . . . but dislikes fools . . . What 
about seventh period ... ? Intelligent. 
Lit.-Co. Editor 4; Marching Girls 2, 3, 
4; Senior Show 4; Clarion 1, 2; French 
Club 2; Secretary 3; President 4, Na- 
tional Honor Society 3, President 4; 
Pilgrim 3, 4; Latin Club 2; Drama Club 
2, 3, 4; Mouse that Roared 3; Curious 
Savage 4; Tutoring 3, 4; A.F.S. 2, 3, 4. 




Robert Bongiovanni 

Long Pond RFD 2 

"Bob" . . . since . . . Hopes to further 
his education . . . or just be successful 
. . . Values "the Keys to that machine" 
... is happy . . . Spending summer on 
the pond . . . "Unreal" . . . Bob is 
peeved by losing games with 3 seconds 
left to go ... Friendly. 
Tennis 1; Track 3, 4; Sports 4; Prom 
Comm. 3; Senior Show 4; Intramurals 
1, 2, 3, 4; Homeroom Representative 4. 



HIGH SCHOOL 
OF 1968 



Damon Boone 

Warren Avenue 

"Damon" . . . New addition to P.C.H.S. 
and a good one at that . . . Intelligent 
. . . Happiness is ... my volksivagen 
. . . Prizes . . . my Volkswagen . . . dis- 
likes . . . Can't say the same for that 
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Warren Borgatti 

8 Clark St. 

"Warren" . . . good natured . . . prizes 
his pool table . . . but hates getting up 
early . . . Happiness is ... That cer- 
tain trip!? . . , "Nipper" . . . pleasant 
. . . collegebound. 

Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Foot- 
ball 1, Pilgrim 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Show 4 ; Homeroom rep. 4 ; Prom 
Com. 3. 




Cynthia Bouchard 

177 Sandwich St. 

"Cindi" . . . values . . . "my friends" 
. . . but not conceited people . . . sunny 
. . . "Great" . . . no physics homework! 
. . . collegebound . . . and travel minded 
. . . golden. 

Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Drama Club 3; 
Mouse That Roared 3; Pilgrim 1, 2, 3, 
4; French Club 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2; 
Geological Society 1, 2, 3, 4; A.F.S. 
3, 4; Lab Assistant 3, 4; Honor Soci- 
ety 4. 





Clinton Bows 

77 Newfield Street 

Clinton . . . into and out of college- and 
service . . . happiness is late capers . . . 
"Definitely" . . . prizes his "60" Chevy 
convertible . . . but peeved when the 
gauge on gas tank reads "E" ! 
Intramurals, Baseball 2. 



Cynthia Bramhall 

424 Sandwich St. 

Cindy . . . this suntanned girl's going 
to college . . . then Europe . . . to teach? 
... "/ don't believe it!" . . . Happiness 
was that Eve of Oct. 12 ... must've 
been fun! 

Field Hockey 2, 3; Tennis 2, 3, 4; 
Sportsclub 2, 3, 4; A.F.S. 1, 2, 4; 
French Club 2, 3, 4; Clarion 1, 4; Book- 
store 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Pilgrim 4; Jr. Prom Com. 3; Gradua- 
tion Usherette 3; Senior Show 4; Pep 
Squad 1, 2; Future Teachers 4; Intra- 
murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Heritage Day 1. 




Susan Marie Brenner 

15 Forest Avenue Court 

"Suzie" . . . happy-go-lucky . . . plans 
include money and traveling . . . gold- 
en . . . who said dancing? . . . under a 
full moon? . . . prizes her dolly collec- 
tion, but Bubbas orange bell bottoms 
peeve her . . . SPGQR . . . bouncy. 
Class Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 
4; Latin Club 2, 3; Prom Committee 3, 
4; Graduation Usher 3; Clarion 2; 
A.F.S. 2, 4; Senior Show 4; Intramur- 
als 2; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Philomonic Orchestra Usher 2; Nation 
Honor Society Usher 3; Class Proj- 
ect 3. 




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Mary Elizabeth Bresnahan 

Beaver Dam Road,Manomet 

Mary . . . dislikes her french poodle 
. . . quiet . . . prizes her license . . . 
hopes to become a teacher . . . "You 
wanta yyiake a bet?" . . . shy . . . likes 
receiving letters from a friend's brother 
(Who is he, Mary?). 
Intramurals 1; Pep Squad 1, 2; Gui- 
dance Assistant 2, 3, 4; Pilgrim 4. 



Susanne Patricia Brewster 

6 Whiting's Lane 

"Sue" . . . talented . . . ambitiojis are 
Children's Hospital and Nursing . . . 
"Hey Mr. W." . . . happiness is paisley 
and checks . . . hey . . . ostrich peeves 
her . . . prizes her family. 
Future Nurses 2, 3; President 4; 
Drama Club 3, 4; President 4; Clarion 
4; Lit 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Senior Show 4; Senior Prom 4; Talent 
Show 4; Class Representative 4; Grad- 
uation Usher 3; Pilgrim 4; Intramur- 
als 3, 4; Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; 
Latin Club 2; French Club 2, 3; Speech 
and Drama 3. 



Joyce Marie Brigida 

8 Cooper Street 

Joyce . . . active . . . plans a happy 
life . . . with Jan ... but, oh those 
marching girl practices! . . . prizes her 
pin . . . from who? . . . best dressed 
. . . peeved by liars. 
Class Secretary 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 
1; Marching Girls 2, 3, 4; Captain 4; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Girl's 
State Representative 3; A.F.S. 3; Co- 
Editor of Lit 4; Graduation Usher 2, 3. 




Michael Amedeo Brigida 

28 Knapp Terrace 

Mike . . . happy Monday morning? . . . 
"Is that right!" . . . ambition — to have 
a musical career good-natured . . . 
ivould never part with Hammond organ 
. . . But, Oh those women drivers! 
Library Aide 1; Orchestra 1; Band 
1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Shows 3, 4; Talent 
Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom 3; Chorus 
1, 4. 



HIGH SCHOOL 
OF 1968 



Mary Catherine Browning 

66 Warren Avenue 

Cathy . . . finds happiness in the sum- 
mer time . . . ambition is to enjoy life 



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but Hawaii peeves 



Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; 
Dean's Council 4; Marching Girls 2, 
3, 4; Captain of Marching Girls 4; 
Girls Sports Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 




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Kristin Bubbins 

Sandwich Road 

"Krisy" ... "S is evil"! . . . friendly 
. . . ambition is to help Bubba search 
for happiness . . . fun-loving . . . prizes 
. . . "My dungaree jacket and memor- 
ies" . . . of flower power? . . . but hates 
those long skirts . . . and "them" peo- 
ple ... spirited . . . SPGQR. 
Intramurals 1, 4; Pilgrim 4; Marching 
Girls 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 4; Future Nurse's 
Club 2; Future Teacher's Club 3; Lit 
1; Senior Show 4; Prom Committee 3; 
Clarion 1; Sports Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 




Christopher Buckley 
Arlington Rd., Priscilla Beach 

Chris . . . friendly . . . ambition — to 
make good and be accepted . . . prizes 
"my barbershop shirt" . . . "G-o-o-d" 
. . . happiness is Saturday night and 
meeting the yearbook deadline . . . but 
not insincere people. 
Co-Editor-in-Chief of Pilgrim 4; Pho- 
tography 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1; Chess 
Club 1, 2; A.F.S. 4; Baseball 3; Soccer 
4; Track 4; Intramurals 4; Junior 
Prom 3; Senior Prom 4; Senior Show 
4; Talent Show 4; Honorary Rotar- 
ian 4. 



Ann Kathryn Bumpus 

Tremont Street, Carver 

Assiduous . . . hopes to be a writer, 
travel, college, teach . . . "Yeah, but!" 
. . . Happy getting published . . . collec- 
ting ski patches . . . prizes her Siamese 
cat, Simbi . , . never peeved. 
Drama Club 1; German Club 1, 3; Fu- 
ture Teachers Club 3, 4; Teacher Aide 
3; Lit 3, 4; Clarion 4; Spanish Club 
3, President 4; A.F.S. 4; NEDT Reci- 
pient 1; Senior Show 4; Woman's Club 
Representative 4. 



Wayne R. Butterfield 

9 Coles Lane 

Wayne . . . hopes someday to travel 
across the country . . . "Good enough" 
. . . Sensitive . . . prizes his tractors . . . 
happiness is — taking a trip . . . What 
kind of trip, Wayne? 
Intramurals 2, 4; Junior Prom 3; 
Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Show 4; Senior Prom 4. 




Barbara Elward Burt 

5 Emerald Street 

Barb ... to become a Social Worker 
. . . anyone got a problem? . . . happy 
taking care of Ricky . . . "Sorry about 
that chief" . . . prizes her license . . . 
but 6th period peeves her. 
Dean's Council 1; Senior Show 4. 




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George William Butters 

17 Nelson Street 

Billy . . . gotta keep that black bomber 
running . . . Prizes a certain sophomore 
girl . . . Our co-captain is peeved when 
that certain sophomore steps out of 
line . . . happy when he has all three 
lunches and doesn't get caught . . . 

"What the ????? 

Vice President 1; Track 1, 3, 4; Basket- 
ball 3; Baseball 2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Co-Captain 4; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Junior Prom 3; Senior Show 4; Talent 
Show; Class representative 4; Intra- 
murals 4. 





David Allen Campbell 

16 Peck Avenue 

Dave . . . hopes to attend Business Col- 
lege . . . prizes his record player and 
tape recorder . . . but peeved having 
to go to work . . . assiduous . . . Get 
lost "Jupe" . . . happiness is waking 
up ... finding out it's Saturday. 
Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1; Intra- 
murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 4; Driver 
Ed. 3. 



Jeffrey Paul Campbell 

16 Peck Avenue 

Jeff . . . ambition is to get into the 
army and pursue a career of engineer 
drafting . . . Oh Yeah! . . . happiness 
is using a fishnet as a baseball glove 
. . . prizes money, sports and friends 
. . . peeved by his younger brother and 
"super and deco". 




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4 Bradford Street 

"May I have your attention please?!" 
. . . president . . . hates disorder . . . 
values his friends and "pin rail" . . . 
efficient . . . enjoys boating . . . wishes 
for ... no homework . . . nonchalant 
. . . wants to be an engineer. 
Class President 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Geological Society 1, 2, 
3, 4; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 
2; Math Club 2; Clarion 2; Pilgrim 
4; A.F.S. 3, 4; Audio-Visual 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Boy's State 3; Honorary Rotarian 3; 
Drama Club 1, 2; Plymouth Players; 
Senior Show 4; Talent Show 3; Tennis 
1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 4; Dance 
Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Proms 3, 4; Grad- 
uation Usher 3; Heritage Day 1; S.A.S. 
3, 4; Rep. to N.C.C.J. Camp. 



HIGH SCHOOL 
OF 1968 



Karen Frances Carafoli 

32 Mayflower Street 

Karen . . . flirtatious . . . hopes . . . to 
succeed in what, Karen? . . . witty . . . 
Ah, ya smokin! . . . happiness is ... 
Motel capers . . . this girl prizes 
Buzzy's letters . . . peeved . . . being 
in the "Little Flower Power" . . . and 
Kris's money. 

Track 1; Basketball 1; Sport's Club 1; 
Pep Squad 1, 2, 3; Senior Show 4; 
Typist pool 4; Pilgrim 4; Office as- 
sistant, Volleyball intramurals, Proms 
3,4. 




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James August Caramello 

Dwight Avenue 

"Jim" . . . good natured . . . but am- 
bitious . . . looks forward to college 
. . . and a career in sociology . . . en- 
joys . . . good music . . . fine Italian 
food, Jim??? . . . "That's for sure" . . . 
prizes . . . '64 Comet . . . complete with 
radio . . . "What's up?" . . . but oh, . . . 
shaving and windblown hair. 
Pilgrim Business Staff 4; French Club 
3, 4; Baseball 1; Football 1; Intra- 
murals 1, 2, 4; Senior Show 4; Driver 
Ed. 3 ; Senior Prom Dance Committee 
4; Chorus 4; All Cape College Day 4. 



John Chadwick 

83 Warren Avenue 

"Chad" . . . prankish . . . one of the 
boys . . . "Don't blow your cool" . . . 
likes snow skiing . . . prizes his free- 
dom . . . wants ... to go to college . . . 
and get the most out of life . . . Well 
... but peeved by wise girls. 
Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2; 
Soccer 4; Basketball 2; Varsity Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Class representative 4. 





Ruth Scott Carlisle 
Beaver Dam Road 

"Ruth" . . . wants ... to get married 
. . . quiet . . . prizes her friendship ring 
. . . happy . . . with E. W. ... but that 
certain blond peeves her . . . "Go home". 



Nancy Jean Ceccarelli 

Summer Street 



Nance . . . happy 
. . . happiness is . . 
. . . "Really" . . . 



. . . wants to travel 
. an endless summer 
prizes that certain 
person . . . onions? . . . peeved by look- 
ing like her friend . . . Wendy. 
Future Nurse's Club 4. 




David Choque Mojonero 

Arlington Road, Priscilla Beach 

"Dave" . . . reserved . . . hopes . . . to 
be a chemical engineer . . . usually 
found in the chem lab . . . likeable . . . 
"Hello!" . . . prizes . . . his friends . . . 
dislikes . . . speaking in English. 
A.F.S. 4; Spanish Club 4; Student 
Council 4; Soccer 4; Intramurals 4. 




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Susan Hazelton Clark 

Glen Avenue, Manomet 

Susie . . . arty . . . prizes "Kinkering" 
. . . "my paintbrush" . . . hopes for . . . 
success in arts . . . being liked . . . 
peeved by ... "bird brained drivers 
(ostrich types)" . . . being called a 
lofty name . . . "Isn't that a panic!". 
Drama Club 3, 4; Sports Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Junior Prom Committee 3; Pilgrim Art 
Editor 4; Chorus 4; "Curious Savage" 
4; Lit 4; Clarion 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Show 4; Spanish Club 4. 



Rosemary Ann Cleveland 

43 Davis Street 

Rosemary ... a future nurse 
serene . . . dislikes wearing shoes . . . 
mild . . . happiness is a little boy 
named Robbie . . . "Yes Dear" . . . 
prizes her license. 



Candice Lee Cobb 

Nook Road 

Candy . . . carefree . . . "happiness" is 
. . . being ivith George . . . ah, and 
that diamond ... to be happily married 
. . . prized possession . . . hopechest 
. . . peeved by . . . people who are late. 
Lit 1; Clarion 4; Pilgrim 2, 3; Intra- 
murals 1, 2, 3, 4; A.F.S. 3, 4; Latin 
Club 1, 2; Pep Squad 2; Dance Com- 
mittee 2, 3, 4; Senior Show 4. 




Doris Ruth Coleman 

11 Wellingsley Avenue 

Doris . . . easygoing . . . "What's new" 
. . . ambition . . . elementary teacher 
and travel, eh? , . . prizes . . . skiis 
. . . friends . . . amicable . . . treas- 
ures?? ! . . . "that brother of mine" . . . 
happiness . . . ah, to be alive and busy. 
Future Teacher's Club 3,4; A.F.S. 4; 
Homeroom dues collector 3; Chorus 2; 
Orchestra 1, 2; Program Chairman, 
French Club 4; Pep Squad 1, 2; Heri- 
tage Day representative 1 ; Senior 
Show, Writing Committee 4; Pilgrim 
4; Woman's Club Representative 4; 
Dance Committees. 



HIGH SCHOOL 
OF 1968 



David Conrad 

Bartlett Road, Manomet 

Dave . . . individualistic . . . "anarchy 

is where it's at" . . . "Happiness" is ... 

rest . . . to find happiness without work 

. . . now 'bout that harmonica, Dave? 

. . . Come now, society's not all that 

bad. 

Senior Show Writing Committee 4. 




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Stephen Paul Conroy 

20 Newfield Street 

"Steve" . . . friendly . . . "yaknow" 
. . . ah, for a warm sunny day in 
March . . . with your motor scooter, 
Steve? . . . athletic . . . hopes to play 
for the Red Sox . . . peeved by a brother 
who's too smart. 

Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 
4; Tufts Youth Conference 1966; Na- 
tional Honor Society 4; Clarion Sports 
Reporter. 





Robert Francis Cook 

7 Nelson Street 

Bob . . . plans to get married . . 
possession is coming in June . . 
happy with Linda . . . shy . . . 
people with no brakelights 
crazy". 

Workstudy 3, 4; Intramurals 



Jeffrey Costa 

State Road, Manomet 



. prized 
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dislikes 
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Jeff . . . easygoing 

graduating in '68 

boy . . . plans to make money 

"That's cherry" . . . good natured 

prizes his friends 



"happiness" is 
this Manomet 



that '57 Ford 



dislikes blown "2.92" animals. 
Track 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Dance Committees, Senior Show 4. 




Kenneth Paul Coville 

296 Court Street 

Bcngi . . . can't wait to "git out of this 
place" . . . wants to take a trip to 
Portugal in the "55" sometime in the 
future . . . friendly . . . loves guns . . . 
but peeved by "my little sister". 
Golf 1; Baseball 2, 3; Intramural 1, 2, 
3, 4; Work Study 4; Senior Show 4. 




Stephen Wayne Coville 

296 Court Street 

Steve . . . wants to go to trade school 
. . . friendly . . . "Oh, my goodness!" 
. . . he's happy when with Linda . . . 
getting up early peeves him . . . prizes 
his "58 Ford and (Oh, ya) Linda too. 
Clarion 3; Work Study 3, 4. 




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Robert Henry Cox, Jr. 

2 Bayberry Rd., Manomet 

Bob . . . college bound . . . adventurous 
. . . prizes that little green comet . . . 
Back in "38" . . . carefree . . . happy 
will pump gas at Gellar's . . . dislikes 
working Saturday nights. 
Lit 4; Senior Show 4; Senior Prom 4. 



Melody Ann Curran 

Holmes Street, Carver 

Melody . . . genial . . . wants ... to be 
a hairdresser . . . peeved by . . . "Where 
are you supposed to be???" . . . prizes 
. . . my sailboat . . . happiness is slim- 
mer . . . graduation . . . "Is that the 
truth! .'" 

Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom 
3, Senior Show 4; Senior Prom 4. 



Robert Temple Daley 

32 Spooner Street 

Bobby plans to continue school . . . 'Oh 
No' . . . happiness is going to three 
lunches and not getting caught . . . 
prizes "my radio and my license" . . . 
is peeved by the Active Aided Complex. 
Cross Country 3, 4; Baseball 3; Bas- 
ketball 1 ; Football 1 ; Intramurals 3, 
4; Dance Committee 1; Senior Show 4; 
Track 4; Varsity Club 4. 




Susan Nayne Dangora 

97 Forest Ave. Extension 

Sue . . . wants to tour the U.S.A. on a 
motorcycle . . . "Can't help it Val it's 
one bad habit; . . . I guess!! . . . hap- 
piness is motorcycles and beards . . . 
prizes a certain boy and his bike . . . 
hates long skirts, working weekends, 
and getting up in the morning. 
Art Club 3; Enameling Club 3; Chorus 
4; Senior Show 4; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Pilgrim Art Staff 4. 



HIGH SCHOOL 
OF 1968 



Valerie Jean Dangora 

97 Forest Ave. Extension 

Val's ambitioyi is to be successful in art, 
and get her own Triumph some day 
. . . "Forget it!!" . . . Sock it to me . . . 
happiness is one day without Mr. Ber- 
ry's sick jokes . . . prizes her Dylan 
albums . . . The Excape by BB . . . pet 
peeves are shoes and Mrs. Garuti say- 
ing "no Gail I don't think so". 
Art Club 3; Enameling Club 3; Junior 
Prom; Chorus 4; Senior Prom; Senior 
Show, Pilgrim 4. 




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Debra Anne Davis 

61 Cliff Street 

Debbie . . . plans to become a first 
grade teacher . . . travel . . . then mar- 
riage . . . "Gotta tell you something" 
. . . happiness is being with Jerry . . . 
her prized possession . . . She is peeved 
when certain people are always late 
. . . who could that be? 
Debate Club 2, 3, 4; A.F.S. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Clarion 1, 2, 3, 4; Pilgrim 2, 4; Book- 
store 4; Future Teachers 3, 4; Prom 
Committees; Senior Show; French 
Club 2, 3; Heritage Day 1; Lit 1, 2; 
Pep Squad 1, 2; Latin Club 1, 2; 
Graduation Usher 3; Homeroom Rep- 
resentative 4. 





Jack Davis 

Beaver Dam Road, Manomet 

"Are you kidding me" . . . wants to 
work in an auto body shop . . . hap- 
piness is being with Carol P. . . . prizes 
his day off and C. P. dislikes working 
on Saturday night. 



Karen Marie Day 

Plymouth Street, Carver 

Karen . . . "Got any gum" . . . plans 
to go to a business college . . . hap- 
piness is getting the car keys and hot 
summers . . . prizes her clothes . . . 
but is peeved at Coralie's wrong direc- 
tions. 

Chorus 1; Office Assistant 3; Typist 
Pool 4; French Club 4; Graduation 
Usher 3; Pilgrim 4; Prom Committees 
3, 4; Senior Show. 



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David Joseph DeCost 

20 Murray Street 

David . . . plans to attend IBM school 
. . . happiness is going to three lunches 
and not getting caught . . . prizes his 
good health but hates striki?ig out. 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 3, 4; 
Senior Prom Committee; Senior Show; 
Varsity Club 4. 




B. Marilyn DeOliveira 

Fox Road, RFD #1 

Marilyn . . . niceness . . . wants to be 
a secretary or air line stewardess . . . 
happiness is "him!" . . . who could she 
mean? . . . prizes her big purple stuf- 
fed dog . . . but her little sister peeves 
her. 




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Karen Jean Dern 

208 Summer Street 

Karen . . . wants to be a teacher . . . 
"Wanna be friends?" . . . sure Karen 
. . . happiness is the Sub Shop . . . but 
she dislikes ignorant people. 
Clarion 2, 4; Lit 3; Intramurals 3; 
Senior Show; Senior Prom Committee. 



Sandra Desreuisseau 

Plymouth Rock Terrace 

Sandra . . . "hooka" . . . wants to 
become an Air line hostess . . . hap- 
piness is being able to wear her class 
ring . . . prizes a certain record . . . but 
dislikes jealous people. 
Bowling 1; Typist Pool 4; Pep Squad 
2; Junior and Senior Prom Committees; 
Senior Show. 




Roanne Disalvatore 

58 Alden Street 

Roanne . . . "disparaging remarks" . . . 
wants to travel and become an inter- 
preter . . . happiness is no homework 
. . . prizes her car . . . hates people 
who are always late. 
A.F.S. 2; Treasurer 3, 4; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; French Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; German Club 2; Library Aide 
2 ; Clarion 1 ; Pilgrim 4 ; Leader Corps 
1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior 
Prom Committee; Future Teachers 3; 
Bowling 1; Dance Committee 1, 2; 
Senior Prom; Senior Show. 




Karen Elaine Dittrich 

Billington Street 

"You've gotta be kidding me!" . . . she 
hopes to become a secretary . . . hap- 
piness is "weekends" . . . prizes her 
stuffed rabbit and T. P. ... but not 
a certain homeroom teacher. 
Bowling 1; Office Assistant 2, 3, 4; 
Secretarial Pool 4; Honor Society 4; 
Senior Show; Senior Prom. 



HIGH SCHOOL 
OF 1968 



Thomas Doherty 

21 Blueberry Road 

Tom . . . "Doc" . . . "It's unbelievable" 
. . . happiness is a full tank of gas . . . 
prizes "My Olds F-85" . . . pet peeve 
Maryiyn Dunlap. 

Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2; Library 
Aid 1; Soccer 4. 




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David Christian Doll 

69 Cliff Street 

David . . . talkative . . . "you know 
what?" . . . plans include college and 
of the medical science ... he prizes 
convertibles . . . happiness is going 
to college and summer vacations . . . 
but he's peeved with boring weekends 
and boring summer nights. 
Pilgrim 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; Lit 2, 3; A.F.S. 1, 2, 4; Foster 
Parents Plan 1; Latin Club 2; Lab 
Assistant 1, 2, 3; Dance Committees 
1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committees 3, 4; 
Senior Show 4; Homeroom representa- 
tive 4; Clarion 2. 




Stephen Michael Donovan 

26 Douglas Avenue, Manomet 

Steve . . . wants to join the Diplomatic 
Co?-ps . . . levitation . . . happiness is 
freedom and friends . . . prizes "Pet" 
but is peeved by a certain "C" 
Pilgrim Business Staff 1, 4; Senior 
Statistics 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Geological Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Town 
meeting 3; A.F.S. 1, 2, 3, 4; National 
Honor Society: Japan Conference; In- 
tercity Exchange 3; Junior Prom; Sen- 
ior Prom; Senior Show; Dance Com- 
mittees 1, 2, 3, 4; Careers Assemble 1; 
Heritage Day 1. 




Raymond Irving Dunham 

Tremont Street, South Carver 

"Whats up" . . . well Raymond's am- 
bition is to become a Draftsman . . . 
prizes his license . . . happiness is hav- 
ing a day off from school. 
Senior Prom; Senior Show. 



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Susan Anne Dunham 

High Street, North Carver 

Sue . . . "Oh Fudge" . . . plans to go 
into bacteria research! . . . happiness 
is balancing the Pilgrim books 
prizes her permanent pass collection 
but not younger brothers. 
Lit 1, 2; Leader Corps 3, 4; Pilgrim 3, 
4; Business Manager 4; Drama Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Geological Society 1, 2, 3, 4 
Latin Club 1, 2, 3; A.F.S. 2, 3, 4 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Show 
Senior Prom; Lab assistant 1, 2, 3, 4 
Women's Club 4. 




Marylyn Dunlap 

6 Mayflower Street 

Marylyn! . . . aiming to be happy . . . 
forever . . . and to steer clear of dry 
dinosaurs . . . and insincere PEOPLE, 
too ... Fun-loving ... she finds hap- 
piness with Joey . . . treasures her tiger 
. . . but not than Joey! . . . another 
S.P.G.Q.R. girl. 

Marching girls 2, 3, 4; Dance Commit- 
tees 1, 2; Junior Prom 3; A.F.S. 4; 
Pilgrim 3, 4; Senior Show 4; Senior 
Prom 4; Lit 4; Homeroom Rep. 4. 




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Henry Francis Dupuis 

Rexford Road, Manomet 

Henry . . . natural . . . "What's up?" 
. . . wants to be an accountant . . . and 
leave that homework far behind . . . 
Happiness is . . . getting out of school 
at 2:25 . . . and . . . golf clubs. 
Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Senior Show 4; 
Senior Prom 4; Golf 4; Gym Show 3. 



Stephen Dzengeleski 

Bartlett Road, Manomet 

Steve . . . Whats up ... masculine . . . 
easygoing . . . prized possession "57" 
Chevy . . . Happiness is Summer Sea 
Cruises. 




Norman Charles Eklund 

176 Water Street 

Norm . . . organized . . . he's peeved by 
incompetent people who lose statistics 
forms . . . Aw, Norm . . . "Come, on!" 
... he prizes Time . . . and wants to 
enter either forestry or law . . . but 
now . . . happiness is having a car, 
a girl, and money. 

Student Council 1; Leader Corps 1, 2, 
3, 4; Football 2; Soccer 4; Baseball 3; 
AFS 2; Heritage Day 1. 



HIGH SCHOOL 
OF 1968 



Jeanne Edwards 

Sandwich Road 

Jeannie . . . "Did He?" . . . we don't 
knoiv Jeanne . . . plans include college 
and travel . . . happiness is V.W.s . . . 
prizes the blue Cometdays . . . but is 
peeved by "Sue's crashes". 
French Club 3, 4; Clarion 1 ; Bookstore 
4; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Pilgrim 
4; Sports Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 1; 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Show 4; 
Graduation arch bearer 3; Womens 
Club 4. 



Paul Estey 

207 Standish Avenue 



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company he's in! ... "That bad, huh" 
. . . psychology peeves him . . . but that 
LP by the Vanilla Fudge . . . alright 
. . . happiness is ... ? ... headed for 
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Duncan Fabri 

374 Sandwich Road 

Dune . . . reckless . . . daft . . . Hey 
I'm sorry but . . . happiness is ... 
"playing!' . . . prized possession "Sil- 
ver Stein" . . . Skinny people peeve him. 



Mary Deidre Ferneding 

Route 44 

Mary . . . prizes Chet . . . and her 
charm bracelet . . . hopes to be success- 
ful . . . happiness . . . CHN . . . and 
champagne . . . peeved by people who 
are on time . . . "Huh? What'a you 
say?" 

Intramurals 2, 4; Pep Squad 1, 2; 
Clarion 4; French Club 3, 4; Gradua- 
tion Usher 3; Prom Usher 2; Prom 
Committee 3, 4; Women's Club 4; Seni- 
or Show Writing Committee 4. 



Paul Francis Ferro 

16 Prince Street 

Paul . . . friendly . . . ambitious . . . 
wants to be happy and he is happy 
living in North Plymouth . . . What's 
the Scoop . . . prizes his license . . . 
pet peeve? . . . you guessed it ... 
Homeroom. 

Intramurals 3, 4; Boy's State repre- 
sentative 4; Class Officer 2; Dance 
Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Prom 3; Sr. 
Prom 4; Sr. Show 4; National Honor 
Society 4; Pilgrim 4. 



Rosemary Fillipini 

252 Billington Street 

Rosey . . . original . . . lively . . . wants 
to make a certain guy happy . . . how 
ya for Daze . . . Bobby too . . . prizes 
her ring . . . peeved by service taking 
Bobby away . . . SOB. 
Future Nurses 2, Sec. 4; Chorus 3; 
Class Representative 2, 3; Talent Show 
3; Senior Show 4. 




John Richard Fontes 

11 Peck Avenue 

John . . . quiet . . . talented . . . hopes 
to be a successful artist . . . happiness 
no gym . . . I could care less . . . love 
that guitar . . . pet peeve . . . people 
who make me wait. 




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Susan Mary Fortini 

32 Hall Street 

Sue . . . talkative . . . energetic . . . 
hopes to be an Executive Secretary . . . 
"Fabulous" . . . happiness is those 
weekends . . . cast party too . . . prizes 
her license . . . long skirts and 7th pel. 
peeve her. 

Bookstore Asst. Manager 3, 4; Drama 
Club 2, Sec. 3, 4; A.F.S. 1, 2, 4; Lab 
Asst. 1; Jr. Prom 3; Dance Com. 1, 2, 
3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Pilgrim 1, 2, 4; 
Pep Squad 1; Dean's Council 1; Orches- 
tra 1; Chorus 2; Enameling 3; Senior 
Show 4. 



Barbara Carole Fratus 

71 Standish Avenue 

Barbie . . . friendly . . . outgoing 
"Personality Plus" . . . happiness is 
going ivith Ronnie . . . college bound 
. . . prizes her gold bangle from a cer- 
tain someone . . . pet peeve ... no 
mail and rude people. 
Cheerleading 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Fu- 
ture Teachers President 4; Intramurals 
1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Comm. 1, 2, 3; Prom 
Comm. 3, 4; Teacher Aid 4; Gym 
Show 3; A.F.S. 1, 2, 3; Hm. Rm. Rep- 
resentative 1, 4; Lit 1; Clarion 1; Pep 
Squad 1 ; Latin Club 1 ; Graduation 
Usher 3 ; Pilgrim 4. 



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Carol Louise Frazier 

7 Lothrop Street 

Carol . . . witty . . . talkative . . . easy 
going . . . hopes to travel and be happy 
. . . prizes her freedom and the key??? 
. . . Happiness is P.E.P.? . . . older 
brothers peeve her. 

Pep Squad 1, 2; Jr. Prom 3; Pilgrim 
4; Sr. Show 4; Clarion 4; Dance Com- 
mittees 1, 2; Woman's Club 4. 





Donna Marie Freyermuth 

Briggs Avenue, Manomet 

Donna . . . friendly . . . f unloving . . . 
ambitious . . . plans to teach . . . you'd 
better believe it ... she's happy on 
weekends . . . prizes her car . . . Uth 
period's gotta go! 

Clarion 2, 4; Future Teachers 3, 4; 
Retarded Children program 3; Tutor 
Service 3; Intramurals 3, 4; French 
Club 4; A.F.S. 4. 



HIGH SCHOOL 
OF 1968 



Richard Paul Freyermuth 

West Street 

Rich . . . wise ... on the ball . . . well 
dressed . . . tvants college and success 
. . . "Don't worry about It". Happiness 
is no work on Saturday . . . prizes his 
guns and is peeved by a certain cousin. 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2. 
3, 4; Latin Club 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 
3, 4; Boys Sports Club 4; Sr. Prom 4; 
Sr. Show 4; Homeroom Rep. 4. 




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Alfred Fugazzi 

299 Sandwich Street 

Al ... happy . . . easy going . . . 
friendly . . . he'll be content if he grad- 
uates . . . Whats up? . . . likes to hunt, 
for what though? . . . Prizes his bank 
book. 

Soccer 4; Volley Ball 3, 4; Dance Com- 
mittee 2, 3. 



John James Furtado 

37 Cherry Street 

Jack . . . tough but friendly ... he 
hopes to go to business school . . . "He's 
out to lunch" . . . maybe so but not 
on Saturday nites . . . prizes his car 
keys . . . but chalk up another peeve 
for 7th period. 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Baseball 1, 2, 4; Track 3; Varsity Club 
3, 4; Jr. Prom 3; Sr. Prom 4; Sr. Show 
4. 



James A. Garcia 

Tremont Street, South Carver 

Jimmy . . . ambition . . . to get out of 
school . . . happiness . . . one day with- 
out English, math and physics . . . 
prizes his license . . . and motorcycle 
. . . but oh when his car quits . . . those 
narrow-minded people . . . "Whoopee?" 
Latin Club 3; Volleyball Intramurals 
3; National Honor Society 4; Senior 
Show 4; Senior Show Writing Com- 
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Christopher Gascoyne 

24 Royal Street 

Chris . . . likeable . . . friendly . . . "Oh 
Yeah" . . . college-bound . . . prizes a 
V.W. and car keys . . . but dislikes big 
mouth girls ... a day off from work 
would make him real happy. 
Football 1; Baseball 1, 2; Intramurals 
2, 3, 4; Work Study 4. 




Paul Francis Gavoni 

31 Samoset Street 

Paul . . . wants to go to Greenwich vil- 
lage . . . happiness ... 10 years with- 
out a haircut! . . . prizes his guitar . . . 
dislikes prejudiced people. 




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Hilarie Gibbs 

Carver Road, West Wareham 

Friendly . . . outdoorsy . . . likes ani- 
mals . . . plans college and travel . . . 
she's going to be successful in life . . . 
intelligent . . . hates getting up on 
Monday mornings . . . "Yeah!" 
Foreign Exchange Student to Denmark 
4; Clarion 1, 2; Pilgrim 1; Lit 1, 3; 
Drama Club 1, 2; Debate Club AFS 
2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4. 




Paul Joseph Giovanetti 

Sunrise Ave. 

Paul . . . hopes to become a success . . . 
school-ugh! . . . happy . . . when play- 
ing golf . . . prizes his golf clubs . . . 
"There's a hack". 

Golf 2, 3, 4; Cross-Country 3, 4; Bas- 
ketball 1, 2; Football 1; Pilgrim Boy's 
Sports Editor 4; Intramurals 3, 4; 
Boys' Varsity Club 3, 4; Dance Com- 
mittees; Math Club 3. 




Rosalind Gomes 

Carver Road 

Lindy, lively, talkative . . . sharp 
wants to be an Airline Hostess 



Happiness is 
prized possession 
. . But Ignorant 



What a physique 
being with D. C. 
is her Hope Chest 
people peeve her. 
Pep Squad 1, 2, 3; Clarion 4; Pilgrim 
4; Cashier 1, 2; Jr. Prom 3; Intramur- 
als 1, 2, 3, 4; Sr. Prom 4; Sr. Show 4. 




Christopher Gray 

16 Oak Street 

"Chris" . . . funny . . . wants to be a 
storm trooper . . . happiness is ... the 
birdfarm . . . well-liked . . . prizes . . . 
my "Soul Brothers" Inc. . . . peeved 
by ... the "Imperial Wizard" ... "I 
can be eliminated but I cannot be 
duplicated" . . . Yeah! 
Homeroom Rep. 1; Class Pres. 2; Stu- 
dent Council 2; Math Club 2; Spanish 
Club 2, 3; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3; 
Jr. Prom 3; Senior Prom 4; Senior 
Show 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 
3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Intramurals 
1, 2, 3, 4; Football 4; Talent Show 3, 4. 



HIGH SCHOOL 
OF 1968 



Claudia Elan Griffith 

Tremont Street, South Carver 

Claudia ... is happy when with that 
certain person . . . prizes her blue swea- 
ter . . . and "Freckles" ... to be a 
social worker . . . hates snobby people 
. . . "You'd be surprised! !" . . . oh! 
those Monday mornings. 
Volleyball Intramurals 3 ; Badminton 
Intramurals 3, 4; Clarion 4; AFS 4; 
Senior Show 4. 




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Linda Marie Hachey 

Sunrise Ave. 

"Linda" ... to teach first grade . . . 
pet peeve . . . swinging doors . . . hap- 
piness is no homework . . . "Are yov 
kidding me? . . . prizes her license. 
Pep Squad 1, 2, 3; Future Teachers 3, 
4; Pilgrim 2, 4; Teacher Aide 3; Latin 
Club 3; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Pep Rally 4; Bowling Team 1; Senior 
Show 4. 



Michael Howard Haire 

Clifford Road 

Michael . . . hopes to go to college . . . 
"Hey, Rock!" . . . happy . . . when out- 
side and hunting . . . prizes his shot- 
gun . . . oh! that leaky radiator in his 
"Batmobile". 
Band 1, 2. 



Christine Hall 

3 Sagamore Street 

"Chris" . . . friendly . . . wants to join 
Peace Corps . . . busy . . . prizes her 
friends . . . but S. F. peeves her . . . 
happy "Oh sure!" . . . dislikes insincere 
people . . . (Don't we all!) 
Bookstore 3; Pilgrim 3, 4; Drama 
Club 2, 3, 4; Heritage Day 1; AFS 3. 4; 
Intramurals 1; Dance Comm. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Jr. Prom 3; Senior Show-Director, 4; 
Enameling Club 3; Lab Ass't. 1, 2, 3; 
Clarion 2 ; Pen Squad 1 ; Talent Show 2. 



John Halunen 

Church Street, South Carver 

John . . . Navybound . . . "Ford's go, 
Chevy's No" . . . Happiness is . . . 396 
Chevelles . . . prizes his hockey equip- 
ment . . . dislikes being yelled at by 
Mr. Rogers. 

Baseball 1, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Soc- 
cer 4. 



Diane Rosemary Hathaway 

11 Oak Street 




wants ... to be 
. . prizes . . . my 
peeved by argu- 



"Diane" . . . sweet . . 

an interior decorator 

kitties . . . happy . . . 

ments . . . "Oh well!" 

Basketball Intramurals 1, 2; Latin 

Club 3, 4; Jr. Prom Committee 3; 

Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 

Concession Stand 4; Chorus 1, 2; Lab 

Ass't. 3, 4; Art Club 3, 4; Senior Prom 

4; Plymouth Players 1, 2, 3, 4; Pilgrim 

Art Staff 4. 




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Lynette Ellen Heath 

196 Summer Street 

"Lynette" . . . happy . . . loves . . . 
being too busy . . . wants to travel . . . 
Gee where to, Lynette? . . . peeved by 
those locked freezers ... ??? ... prizes 
. . . "size 13" . . . "Holy Tomato!" 
Pilgrim 3; Co-editor-in-chief 4; Dean's 
Council 1, 2, 3, 4; SAS 1; Bookstore 
manager 3; AFS 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls Sports 
Club 1, 2; Sec. 3, 4; Marching Girls 
2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Manager 3, 4; 
Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; 
French Club 2, 3; Latin Club 2, 3; 
Prom Committee 3, 4; Senior Show 4. 



John Edward Hedge 

River Street 

Hedgey . . . He "party boy" . . . ambi- 
tion — to own a Ford "427" . . . "hap- 
piness" is The Chiltonville Winterna- 
tionals . . . "R. A. What's up?" . . . 
prized possession — a certain Ford prod- 
uct . . . pet peeve-the unmasked crui- 
sers-look out Hedgey, here it. comes! 




Winfield Eugene Henry, Jr. 

11 Washington Street 

Windy . . . deceptively quiet . . . athle- 
tic ... off to the Marines and to be- 
come a success . . . "happiness" ... is 
. . . the Birdfarm . . . prizes his free- 
dom . . . likes a certain sophomore . . . 
"What the heck" {heck?). 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Bas- 
ketball 1; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. 






Carol Jean Hitchcock 

16 Wareham Street, So. Carver 

"Carol" . . . friendly . . . future secre- 
tary . . . talkative . . . prizes . . . my 
license . . . happiness is ... 'Wo more 
Mr. Mondeau" . . . peeved by conceited 
people . . . "It takes team work (P.M.)". 
Drama Club 1; Senior Show 4; Senior 
Prom 4. 



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Mary Elizabeth Jayko 

Clifford Road 

Mary . . . refreshing . . . college-bound 
. . . sociable . . . but dislikes . . . plastic 
people? . . . "How about that!" . . . 
happiness is being in Boston . . . give 
or take a few miles . . . enjoys spend- 
ing money . . . she's found working in 
FWW'S . . . or writing letters . . . sigh. 
National Honor Society 4; Pilgrim 2; 
Sr. Stat. Co-ed 4; Leader Corps 3, 4; 
French Club 1, 2, 3; Latin Club 2; 
Sec.-Treas. 3 ; Bookstore 2 ; Pep Squad 
1; Drama Club 2, 3; Jr. Prom Com- 
mittee Chairman 3; Dance Committees 
1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Show 4; Senior Prom 
4; Class Motto Committee Chairman 
4; Class Song Committee 4; Honorary 
Rotarian 4. 




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David Jesse 

12 Lewis Street 

Buddy . . . handsome . . . beautiful eyes 
. , . "what's happening?" . . . found 
with D. G. ... and his 64 Ford Sprint 
. . . hate having trouble with either one. 
Football 1; Baseball 1, 4; Basketball 1; 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Show 4; 
Senior Prom 4. 




Paula Christine Jesse 

21 Castle Street 

Paula . . . wants to be happy for the 
rest of her life . . . laughing . . . talka- 
tive-hates being told to get off the 
phone ... "I didn't do it" . . . Prizes 
her charm bracelet . . . good natured 
. . . except with her sister Ginny Lou. 
Bowling 1; AFS 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Prom 
3; Pep Squad 1, 2; Senior Show 4; 
Pilgrim 4; Senior Prom 4; Home Room 
Rep. 2, 3; Intramurals 4; Dance Com. 
3,4. 




Galen John Edwin Keller 

Rochester Rd., So. Carver 

Galen . . . for some reason dislikes . . . 
the Math Department? . . . S.A.S. 
treasurer . . . studious . . . prizes his 
license . . . but likes having a car that 
runs . . . so what else is new? 
Student Council Treasurer 2, 3, 4; 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 3; Sr. 
Prom 4; Simulated town meeting 3; Sr. 
Show 4; Boys State Representative 3. 



Deborah Elizabeth King 

Plymouth Street, No. Carver 

Debbie . . . artistic . . . wants to be 
successful . . . happiness is ... tennis 
. . . 6th period art . . . hates Badenism 
and MacDuff playing net . . . "Out of 
sight, baby!" 

National Honor Society 4; Dance Com- 
mittees 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 3, 4; Soft- 
ball 3, 4; Sports Club 3, 4; Jr. Prom 
3; Sr. Prom 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; 
Pilgrim 4; Pilgrim Sports Staff 4; Sr. 
Show 4; Home room Rep. 4. 




Carol Ann Kuhn 

18 Spooner Street 

Carol . . . cute . . . talkative . . . watch 
out elementary schools-Carol wants to 
be a teacher . . . look forward to week- 
ends . . . prized possession, hope . . . for 
the future? . . . dislikes insincerity . . . 
active . . . well dressed. 
Student Council 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 
3, 4; AFS 2; French Club 3; Clarion 
2; Marching Girls 2, 3, 4; Jr. Prom 3; 
Sr. Show 4; Pilgrim 4; Dance Commit- 
tees 1, 2, 3; National Honor Society 
3, 4. 




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Edward Everett Lanman 

3 Gordon Place 

Eddie . . . intelligent . . . loves pay- 
day and my license . . . wants to go to 
sea . . . "Well, alright" . . . hates Phy- 
sics . . . who doesn't? 
Baseball 1, 3, 4; Soccer 4; National 
Honor Society 4; Geological Society 4. 



Robert H. Lee 

51 Pleasant Street 

Bobby . . . wants to join the Navy . . . 
loves his V. W. ... watch out, Mr. C! 
. . . likes a D. C. ... "I'm tired". 
Baseball 1; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Work 
Study 4. 



Linda Susan LeVangie 

Billington Street 

Linda . . . wants to become a secretary 
. . . friendly ... cute ... "Hang it up" 
. . . Linda prizes her license . . . loves 
going out weekends . . . but hates that 
questioning when she gets home. Who 
doesn't! 

Bowling 1; Junior Prom 3; Sec. Office 
Prac. 4; Pep Squad 2; Senior Prom 4; 
Intramurals 2, 3; Senior Show 4. 





Linda Louise Lindquist 

17 Alden Terrace 

Linda . . . loves walking in snowstorms 
. . . "zap" ... to be happy and travel 
is her ambitions . . . prizes her little 
wooden chest . . . peeved by people who 
nag — stay AWAY. 
Pep Squad 1, 2; Prom Usher 2; Jr. 
Prom 3; Sr. Prom 4; Sr. Show 4; 
Womens Club 4 ; Art Club 4 ; Clarion 4. 



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David Armelao Maccaferri 

54 Olmstead Terrace 

David . . . well dressed . . . handsome 
. . . but not getting paid by a certain 
band bugs him, . . . Prizes his license 
. . . "that ain't right" . . . athletic . . . 
loves having the on weekends . . . hopes 
to have one of his own someday. 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
French Club 2; Senior Show 4; Varsity 
Club 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4. 




Donna MacDougall 

21 Oak Street 

Donna . . . cute . . . athletic . . . wants 

to be a nurse and be happy . . . friendly 

. . . but hates late people . . . Donna 

enjoys "living" . . . "Ya got that 

right!" 

Future Nurses Club 3, 4; French Club 

1, 2; Clarion 2, 3; AFS 1, 2; Sr. Show 
4; Field Hockey 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 
3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Sports Club 1, 

2, 3; Pep Squad 1, 2; Football Concess. 
4; Jr. Prom 3; Dance Com. 3, 4; Sr. 
Show 4; Gym Show 3; Sr. Prom 4; 
Lit 1. 




Steve J. Mahoney 

167 Seaview Street, Manomet 

Steve . . . wants to go to college . . . "I 
guess, that close." . . . Friday after- 
noons about 2:25 P.M. make him happy 
. . . but not Monday mornings. 
Senior Show; Senior Prom 4; Intra- 
murals 2, 3, 4. 



Ann Martin 

1 South Cherry Street 

Ann . . . good natured . . . but hates 
snobs . . . "Oh, no!" . . . loves sleeping 
late on Saturdays . . . and prizes her 
charm bracelet. 
Pep Squad 2, 3, 4. 




Noreen Marjorie McConnell 

90 Warren Ave. 

Noreen . . . good looking . . . sophis- 
ticated . . . wants to be a fashion buyer 
and travel . . . happiness is being in 
love . . . what else? . . . "That's just so 
great!" . . . Prizes her independence 
. . . peeved by people who are late . . . 
friendly. 

Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Bookstore 4 
Lit 4; Clarion 4; Pep Squad 1, 2 
Dance Com. 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Prom 3 
Senior Prom 4; Senior Show 4; Prom 
Usher 2; Pilgrim 4; Heritage Day 
Worker 1. 




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Jean Elizabeth McNary 

Beaver Dam Road, Manomet 

Jean . . . sparkling . . . likes a certain 
boy . . . and her father's keys . . . but 
not snobs . . . "What happening?" 
Typing Pool 4; Office Assistant 4; 
Senior Show 4; Senior Prom 4. 






Michael McNeill 

Rocky Hill Road, Manomet 

Mikey . . . plans to pole vault over 
Mississippi River . . . good looking . . . 
"What Train?" . . . peeved by the 
plaque of the Lovin' Rakefull . . . prizes 
the younger girl . . . friendly . . . happy 
by the wet ones. 
Football 1 ; Intramurals 4. 



Patricia Maureen McNeill 

Halfway Pond 

Pat . . . Hopes to be happy with that 
certain someone Petite . . . "It takes 
teamwork (C. H.)" . . . Oh that sixth 
period . . . prizes her ring . . . Oh how 
happy it is to be with Mike. 
Typist Pool 4; Senior Show 4; Senior 
Prom 4. 








Susan Meharg 

Clifford Road 

Sue . . . deceptively quiet . . . athletic 
. . . her happiness is skiing . . . and she 
wants to attend the University of Col- 
orado . . . just because it's a good 
school? . . . Prizes the "reliable" Jeep 
. . . but crashes ... ?? . . . and crutches 
really peeve her. 

Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 
4; Bookstore 4; Clarion 1; AFS 1, 2; 
French Club 2, 3; Pilgrim 4; Intra- 
murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Sports Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; Pep Squad 1; Senior Show 4. 



Richard Rogers Meyer 

Jordan Road 

Rick . . . quiet ... or is he? ... knows 
where its at . . . and . . . would really 
dig a year of summer and February 
vacations . . . who wouldn't! . . . prizes 
his Head "SL" . . . but hates snowless 
weekends . . . he'd like to go to school 
... up north of course. 
Football 1; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 4; 
French Club 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 4. 



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Eric Miller 

121 Summer Street 

Eric . . . shy . . . but often found say- 
ing "Gordon, I hate to tell you!" . . . 
Navy bound . . , he prizes his Reming- 
ton 12-gauge shot gun . . . and his hap- 
piness is a flock of geese . . . Eric's 
really not as dangerous as he sounds! 





Donna Jean Millican 

8 Cliff Street 

Donna . . . hopes to graduate from col- 
lege . . . "You spaz!" . . . happiness 
is a windy day in September . . . prizes 
her sailfish . . . fun-loving . . . but 
. . . people who don't know the rules 
peeve her. 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2; 
Junior Prom; Senior Show; Senior 
Prom. 



Peter Francis Morin 

125 Sandwich Street 

Pete . . . going to attend a college 
specializing in pharmacy . . . happiness 
will be . . . graduating from college . . . 
"What's the matter with you? Go on, 
get out of here." ... Pete prizes his 
license . . . but late people peeve him. 
Homeroom Representative 4; Football 
1; Lab Assistant 2, 3; Intramurals 3, 
4; Senior Show 4. 



Marsha Jean Morse 

13 Spooner Street 

She's off . . . for Africa . . . versatile 
... oh that certain orange — what? 
. . . "I'm freezing !" . . . and here come 
those uninvited guests . . . happiness is 
a peaceful week-end . . . sure, Marsha? 
Chorus 1, 2; Field Hockey 1; Girls 
Sports Club 1; AFS 1, 2, 3, 4; Student 
Council 1; Vice-President 3, 4; Grad- 
uation Usher 3; Junior Prom Usher 2; 
Junior Prom Chairman 3; French Club 
2, 3; Marching Girls 2, 3, 4; Intramur- 
als 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Show 4; Senior 
Prom 4; Future Nurses 3, 4. 





Paula Mae Neal 

61 Pleasant Street 



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Paula . . 

wow . . . 

summers 

friends . 

derate people . 

eggs! 

Pep Squad 1, 2; 

Show 4; Senior 

Volleyball 4. 



soon to be college bound . . . 
green sweaters and endless 
. . . friendly . . . prizes real 



peeved by inconsi- 
. . and smashed raw 

Typist Pool 4; Senior 
Prom 4 ; Intramural 




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Warren Richard Neal, Jr. 

2 Susso Lane 

Jovial . . . carefree . . . "Well's what's 
the story" . . . plans to enter the ser- 
vice . . . happiness is a trip to the 
bank . . . prize possession . . . why of 
course his bank book . . . Warren why 
does your little brother peeve you so. 
Intramurals 3, 4; Work Study 4; Vol- 
leyball 4. 



Nancy Anne Neil 

28 Cherry Street 

Petite . . . hopes to get married soon 
. . . prizes her own car . . . meticulous 
. . . peeved by stubborn disagreeable 
people . . . Always saying "I doubt it"! 
. . . she's happy being with someone 
she likes. 
Secretarial Pool 4. 



Linda Mary Neves 

403 Court Street 

Plans to be a beautician . . . Linda is 
happy . . . when she receives a letter 
from . . . Guess who? . . . Petite . . . 
prizes that certain ring . . . but peeved 
by people who hit . . . Forget it. 
Library Aid 3; Lab Assistant 4; Senior 
Prom 4 ; Senior Show. 




Polly Ann Nickerson 

South Meadow Road 

Polly . . . hopes to have an office job 
someday . . . "Crumb" . . . she prizes 
her class ring . . . but cold water peeves 
her . . . happiness is ... GRADUA- 
TION! 



Barbara Ann Nickerson 

High Street, North Carver 

Barb . . . wants to become a hairdresser 
. . . reserved . . . prizes ... a class ring 
. . . "Ya full of baloney!" . . . sigh . . . 
graduation at last . . . noisy people 
peeve her though. 



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Edward Nightingale 

189 Standish Avenue 

Eddy . . . prizes his car . . . but peeved 
by Gym . . . "You'll never believe it" 
. . . hopes some day to work in a candy 
factory . . . happiness is ... sleeping 
in class . . . Ed how many times did 
you get caught? 



Richard Noel 

80 Priscilla Road 

Dickie . . . hopes to graduate 
with a certain Freshman . 
"58 Chevy . . . But peeved 
period psychology class . . . 
Taylor . . . What the ????? 
Intramurals 4; Work Study 4 



. . happy 
. . prizes 
by a 3rd 
with Mr. 



Adeline May Nunes 

Center Street, North Carver 

"Dena" . . . friendly . . . until she's 
called Adeline . . . well-dressed . . . 
composed . . . happiness is ... grad- 
uating! . . . and a certain "A" . . . "Ya, 
I'm down with it!" . . . Dena's headed 
for a career ... in data processing. 
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls' Chorus 
4; Pep Squad 1, 2; Drama Club 1; In- 
tramurals 1, 2, 3; Senior Show 4; 
Spanish Club 3. 



Jane Frances Nutt 

4 Oak Street 

Jane . . . sincere . . . she wants to be 
happy and carefree . . . hope you suc- 
ceed, Jane . . . with horses, horses . . . 
and more horses . . . Oh heaven . . . 
to leave behind . . . her sister's half of 
the bedroom! . . . "What's up?" . . . 
she prizes her . . . friends. 
Intramurals 3, 4; Dean's Council 3, 4; 
Gymnastic Show 3. 




Roberta Nye 
West Carver 

Bobbie . . . wants to travel . . . hap- 
piness is graduatioyi . . . considerate 
. . . prizes her electric organ . . . peeved 
by snobs . . . "You've gotta be kid- 
ding". 

Softball 3, 4; Intramural Volleyball 2, 
3, 4; Badminton 3, 4. Basketball 2, 3, 4. 




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Barry Philip Otto 

8 Centennial Street 

Barry . . . wants to eat, drink, love, 
and be merry . . . handsome . . . flirta- 
tious . . . prizes those Bobby Vinton 
albums . . . "What's wrong with you — 
nothing or something?" . . . loves 
Christmas Eve . . . why Barry? 
Football 1; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Jr. 
Prom 3; Homeroom representative 4; 
Senior Show 4; Work Study 4. 



Jean Elizabeth Pacheco 

9 Sawyer Place 

Witty . . . hapiness is being carefree 
and making people happy . . . "I'll 
crunch yours!" . . . hopes to find the 
right guy, get married and raise a big 
family . . . prized possession a certain 
"Red" stuffed cocker spaniel . . . peeved 
by my mother's feelings and a certain 
T. D. in Sociology. 

Home Room Representative 2, 3; Senior 
Show 4; Senior Prom 4. 



John Sheldon Parsons 

10 Brewster Street 

Mild . . . high-scoring . . . bowling and 
baseball . . . deliberate . . . but sloiv 
drivers really peeve him . . . "How's 
every little thing?" . . . likes Ollie's 
bowling bag . . . huh? . . . heading for 
. . . success! 

Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Intra- 
murals 3, 4; Varsity Club 4. 




Kathleen Mae Patch 

73 South Street 

Kathy . . . marriage bound . . . petite 
. . . happiness is Joe and his '63 Ford 
, . . friendly . . . found with Joe . . . but 
dislikes being away from home. 



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Dorothy Pearson 

Manomet Avenue 

"Dottie" . . . agreeable . . . especially 
with "R" . . . prizes her car . . . but 
. . . not its brakes . . . "That — head- 
ache!" . . . Looks forward to being . . . 
a beautician. 
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Marlene Ann Pedro 

57 Cherry Street 

Marlene . . . talkative . . . pretty eyes 
. . . hates insincere people . . . but loves 
her teddy bear ... "I gotta tell you 
something" . . . loves "living" and 
sleeping late . . . wants to succeed — 
she will, too. 

Dean's Council 2, 3, 4; Bookstore 3; 
Pilgrim 4; A.F.S. 3, 4; Clarion 4; Sr. 
Show 4; Dance Comm. 3, 4; Office 
Assistant 3, 4; Dept. Secretary 4; Jr. 
Prom 3; Sr. Prom 4; Intramurals 3, 4. 





Radames Perez Gonzalez 

152 Beach Street, Manomet 

Radames . . . quiet . . . shy . . . but likes 
his car . . . reserved . . . dreams of re- 
turning to Puerto Rico. 
Library Aid 3. 



Paul Steven Perkins 

18 South Street 

Paul . . . reserved . . . prizes his drams 
. . . and hopes to be successful in music 
Well, Vm surprised . . . people 
without confidence peeve him. 
Band 2, 3, 4. 



Loretta Mae Perry 

Rochester Road, South Carver 

Loretta . . . loves meeting people . . . 
and prizes her friends . . . likeable . . . 
hates conceited people . . . wants to be 
an English teacher. 

Drama Club 1; Pep Squad 1, 2; Latin 
Club 2, 3; Clarion 4; Pilgrim 4; A.F.S. 
3, 4; Jr. Prom 3; Sr. Prom 4; Future 
Teachers 4; Prom usher 2; Dance 
Comm. 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2; 
Senior Show 4. 




Patricia Petrell 

57 Warren Avenue 

Patty . . . hates that empty gas tank 
. . . waits for letters from R. B. H. 
. . . "Where's the party?" . . . let's go 
find one . . . prizes the watch . . . busi- 
ness school . . . then marriage ... to 
B. R. H.? 

Graduation usher 3; Intramurals 3, 4; 
Senior Show 4; Senior Prom 4. 




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Lynne Valerie Petroff 

100 Standish Avenue 

Lynne . . . teacher-bound . . . well 
dressed . . . likes her car and trips to 
Boston . . . but is bugged by her 
brother. 

Latin Club 2; A.F.S. 4; Bookstore 4; 
Pilgrim 4 ; Basketball Concession 3 ; 
Future Teacher's 3, 4; Debate Club 2, 
3, 4; Dean's Council 1; Junior Prom 3; 
Spanish Club 3; Pep Squad 1, 2; Senior 
Show 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 




Ruth Ann Pierce 

187 Billington Street 

Missy ... a future beautician . . . living 
in Brockton . . . why there Ruth? . . . 
hates waiting for that certain someone 
to show up on time . . . "I'm serious! 
Really!" . . . prizes her license. 
Senior Show 4; Senior Prom 4; In- 
tramurals 4. 




Joanne Lorraine Plante 

169 Oak Drive, Carver 

Talkative . . . hates people who tell 
her to be quiet . . . athletic . . . prizes 
her unregistered car . . . wants to be- 
come a nurse . . . likes a Carver guy. 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; 
Sport's Club 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 4; 
Junior Prom 3; Pilgrim 4; Intramurals 
3, 4; Pep Squad 2; Dance Committee 
2; Senior Show 4; Gym Show 3; Senior 
Prom 4; Nurse's Club 4; Women's 
Club 4. 







Barbara Rose Prentice 

Jordan Road 

Bubba . . . art school bound . . . wants 
to help Krissy find her conscience . . . 
"stubborn" . . . happiness is driving 
V.W. . . . prizes her orange bell bot- 
toms . . . but not dry dinos . . . Civil- 
ness is S.P.G.Q.R. . . . especially with- 
out M and M's. 

Intramurals 1, 2; Dance Committees 1, 
2; Art Club 3; Enameling Club 3; Lit 
4; Marching Girls 4; A.F.S. 4; Junior 
Prom 3; Senior Prom 4; Senior Show 
4; Pilgrim 4; Homeroom representa- 
tive 4. 



HIGH SCHOOL 
OF 1968 



Silvio George Pretti, Jr. 

11V2 Alden Street 

"Sivi" . . . prizes his nasty '60 Ply- 
mouth Fury . . . wants to pass English 
with a B . . . Good Luck . . . wants to 
be an accountant . . . "Things are tough 
all over" . . . especially getting up in 
the morning. 
Baseball 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 




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Joyce Putney 

6 Squanto Road 

Wants to finish school . . . and work 
for the state . . . likable . . . finds hap- 
piness in her family . . . children . . . 
but . . . "Simmer down, kids!" 



Wendy Jo Quillin 
169 Billington Street 

Wendy . . . sky. . . . wants to "tramp" 
around the world . . . Saying "flower 
Power — watch it!" . . . loves going 
barefoot, the Beatles, and Bob Dylan 
albums . . . but hates onions . . . hate- 
fid people . . . and looking like Nancy. 



Philip Albert Ragonetti 

147 Court Street 

Phil . . . loves rhythm . . . and wants to 
be a good drummer . . . loves a warm 
slimmer day . . . "what do you mean?" 
. . . prizes his drums . . . "EEK" . . . 
history class. 
Intramurals 2, 3, 4. 



Neil Lawrence Rasmussen 
Tower Road, Manomet 

Tall . . . wants to get to the top . . . 
"go chase yourself" . . . prizes his 2 
double struck pennies . . . but hates 
falling asleep in class. 
Football 1; Baseball 1, 2; Chess Club 
3; Chorus 2, 3, 4. 




James Raymond 

White Horse Road, Manomet 

Jimmy . . . wants to graduate . . . es- 
pecially to finish 3rd period math . . . 
likes a certain girl . . . who, Jimmy? 
... also his '58 Chevy. 




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Sharyn Raymond 

Obery Heights 

Sharyn . . . spelled with a "y" . . . loves 
horses, especially, her filly . . . wants 
to be a professional horsewoman . . . 
loves food and sleeping late. 
Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Bookstore 4; 
Lit. 4; AFS 4; Clarion 4; Pilgrim. 4. 



Robert Reilly 

MacFarlan Parkway 

"Dob" . . . our volunteer . . . fireman 
. . . zooms by in his '63 Chevy . . . now, 
but wants to be a truck driver . . . 
truly, a menace to our roads . . . hates 
working nights . . . that's ivhy he likes 
sleeping in class . . . "You're young, 
you'll get over it!" 





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Dennis Edward Ribeiro 

5 Harding Avenue 

"What's up" ... off to the Navy and 
his own gas station . . . happiness is 
with the guys on Saturday night . . . 
"To the clubhouse!" . . . prizes his 
license and that 1930 Ford . . . but, 
oh those stuck-up girls . . . "What 
Brain?" 

Football 1, 2; Basketball 1; Band 1, 
2, 3, 4; Intramurals 4; Weight Train- 
ing 2. 



HIGH SCHOOL 
OF 1968 



Caryl Jean Rettig 

Abington Avenue, White Horse Beach 

Caryl . . . athletic . . . 

with a certain W. C. . 

to college . . . "Oh boy" 

ter Betraille. 

Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom 

3; Future Teacher's 4; Pilgrim 4; Pep 

Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Senior Prom 4; Girl's Sports Club 1, 2, 

3, 4. 



Aneice Joyce Richmond 

83 Newfield Street 

"Aneice" . . . found with D. L. ... 
friendly . . . peeved by snobbish people 
. . . ambition . . . to become a nurse . . . 
prizes her stuffed animals . . . "Huh! 
What!" 

Volleyball 3; Badminton 3; Parent's 
Panel 4; Senior Show 4; Senior Prom 
4; Pilgrim 4. 






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Eugene Riels 

165 Court Street 

"Gene" . . . ambition . . . to get out of 
Plymouth . . . happiness ... is ... 
sleep . . . prizes . . . my car . . . dislikes 
school . . . "What can I say?." 
Leader Corps 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 
2; Work Study 4. 





John Paul Robischeau 

284 Court Street 

John wants to attend art school . . . 

but true happiness is in Kingston . . . 

at that certain someone's house . . . 

'Bunny' prizes his license . . . but not 
that guitar . . . "oh, yeah!" 
Dance Committee 2; Art Club 3, 4; 
Senior Show 4. 



Steven Emerson Rogers 

Warren Avenue 

"Stevie" . . . friendly . . . future en- 
gineer . . . happiness is "The '68' boys" 
and K. P. ... athletic . . . dislikes un- 
friendly or unsociable girls . . . "Come 
on, train!". 

Football 1, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Tennis 1, 2, 4; Junior Prom 3; Student 
Council 3, 4; Spanish Club 3; Varsity 
Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Show 4; Pilgrim 
1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Homeroom 
Representative 4. 



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Gerald Joseph Romano, Jr. 

9 Castle Street 

"Jerry" . . . hates . . . having to be in 
hurry . . . wants to be healthy, wealthy, 
and happy . . . "Why always me?" . . . 
friendly . . . prizes that certain girl 
. . . happiness is a carefree day . . . 
really, Jerry? 

Cross Country 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 
3, 4; Junior Prom 3; Pilgrim 4; Senior 
Prom 4; Senior Show 4. 




Dianne Mary Roncarati 

8 Mt. Pleasant Street 

Dianne . . . friendly . . . prizes "Randy" 
. . . plans to further her education . . . 
and . . . marriage . . . "Oh ya?" . . . 
pet peeve . . . unfriendly people . . . 
happiness is ... being with Randy. 
Pilgrim 4; National Honor Society 3, 
4; Student Council Secretary 4; Cheer- 
leader 1, 2 Co-Captain 3, 4; Gym 
Show 3; Senior Show 4; Junior Prom 
3; Talent Show 2; Women's Club 4; 
Sports Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 1, 
2, 3, 4; Bowling 1. 




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Mary Jean Rose 

43 Mayflower Street 

Genuine . . . wants to be a history 
teacher ... or a clothers retailer . . . 
"happiness" is ... partying . . . es- 
pecially on the Cape . . . prizes her 
clothes . . . but not those liars . . . 
friendly . . . remember Mary 
"You're young, you'll get over it." 
Marching Girls 4; Chorus 4; Junior 
Prom Usherette 2; Graduation Usheret- 
te 3; Pep Squad 4; Honor Society 4. 




Charles R. Roth 

St. Charles Avenue, White Horse Beach 

Charlie . . . ambition ... to join the 
Air Force . . . and start a business . . . 
"when I am released" . . . happiness 
is having a car with nothing wrong 
in it ... "You ain't lying! . . . prized 
possession his wallet . . . pet peeve . . . 
owing money to people . . . especially 
girls. 

Library Aid 1; Drama Club 3, 4; Lab 
Assistant 3; Pilgrim 4; Intramurals 
2, 3. 



Catherine Frances Ruemker 

16 Savery's Avenue 

Cathy . . . quiet . . . ambition . . . ivork 
. . . happiness is ... sitting in front of 
a T.V. drinking a coke and playing 
records . . . but not her brother . . . 
"Boy I guess" . . . prizes her license 
. . . and her kitten. 

Pep Squad 2; Fashion Show 2; Library 
Aid 4. 




Donna Maria Ruprecht 

R.F.D. #3 Wenham Street, East Carver 

Tiny . . . future Phys. Ed. teacher . . . 
"happiness" is . . . that one goal against 
Hingham . . . "Aaye" . . . prizes her 
friends . . . but not those front seat 
drivers. 

Field hockey 2, 3, 4; Basketball man- 
ager 3, 4; Softball 2, 4; Geological 
Society 2; AFS 4; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 
4; Senior Prom 4; Senior Show 4. 



HIGH SCHOOL 
OF 1968 



Harold Forrest Ruxton III 

Coles Lane 

"Buddy" . . . fun-loving . . . values his 
license . . . and ... "a certain pick-up" 
. . . happiness is ... a victory on Sat- 
urday . . . wants to travel . . . hand- 
some . . . "could be tense" . . . dead 
weekends peeve him . . . Why, Buddy? 
Football 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; In- 
tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom 3; 
Varsity Club 3, 4. 




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Joseph Peter Salamone 

3 Bourne Street 

"Sal" . . . service-bound . . . "You're 
not wrapped too tight" . . . "happiness" 
is J.E.T. . . . peeved by conceited kids. 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Show 
4; Football 1. 



Keith Sander 

30 Middle Street 

Quiet . . . "What can I say?" ... he 
prizes his credit card . . . and finds 
happiness with ... S. D. ... but not 
in first period English . . . next year 
he'll see the Air Force. 
Chorus 4. 



Donna Marie Santos 

24 Peck Avenue 

"Prairie" . . . "Hey baby, what's hap- 
pening?" SPGQR . . . peppy . . . petite 
. . . happiness is ... being out on week- 
ends . . . flirtatious . . . prizes a cer- 
tain picture . . . (of whom, Donna?) 
. . . "Banana!" 

SAS Representative 2, 3, 4; Marching 
Girls 3, 4; Pep Squad 1, 2; Prom Com- 
mittee 3, 4; Senior Show 4; Pilgrim 
4; Intramurals 3, 4; AFS 1, 2; Dance 
Committee 1, 2, 3, 4. 






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Melvin Walter Sears 

Russell Mills Road 

Melvin . . . ambition ... to own a 
C. H. ... "Oh, my gosh" . . . happiness 
is ... art . . . 3rd period . . . prizes 
his 250 B.S.A. . . . peeved by silly girls 
who go around hitting guys . . . easy- 
going. 




Carole Seaver 

24 Royal Street 

Carole . . . gracious . . . friendly . . . 
hopes to graduate from college . . . 
but getting up early!! ... fun-loving 
. . . happiness is being with Denny . . . 
"huh" . . . prizes D. D.'s ring. 
Marching Girls 2, 3, 4; A.F.S. 1, 2, 
3, 4; Future Teachers 3, 4; Clarion 1; 
Jr. Prom 3, Sr. Prom 4; Senior Show 
4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Pilgrim 1, 4; 
Pep Squad 1; Women's Club 4; Bow- 
ling 1. 




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Margaret Alice Shea 

4 Stephens Street 

"Doo" . . . happy . . .prizes her license 
. . . wants to teach . . . "Forget it!" . . . 
pet peeve . . . getting up early . . . hap- 
piness is ... weekends . . . Well, al- 
right! 

Bowling 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; March- 
ing Girls 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 1; A.F.S. 

1, 2, 4; Future Teachers 3, Vice-Pres. 
4; Dance Comm. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pilgrim 

2, 4; French Club 1, 2; Jr. Prom 3; 
Sr. Prom 4. 



Arthur Paul Silva Jr. 

Rochester Road, South Carver 

Artie . . . class wit . . . wants to join 
the "klan" . . . enthusiastic . . . hap- 
piness is ... the birdfarm . . . prizes 
his membership in "Soul Brothers, 
Inc." . . . peeved by the "wizard" . . . 
and not of OZ . . . "wait a minute" . . . 
for what Artie? 

Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Math 
Club 3; Varsity Club 3, 4; Spanish 
Club 3 ; Latin Club 2 ; Dance Comm. 
2, 3, 4; Jr. Prom 3; Senior Prom 4; 
Homeroom representative 3, 4 ; Library 
Aid 2. 



Russell Silva 

26 Forest Avenue 

Russell . . . wants to go on to school 
. . . "How can you tell? . . . happiness 
is ... when M. R. is absent . . . prizes 
his car . . . but not that tired "292" 
Band 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 3, 4. 




George Smith 

227 Standish Avenue 

George . . . wants to be a race car 
driver . . . but his '55 Chevy peeves him 
. . . affable . . . found saying "I com- 
mand!" . . . and his happiness . . . liv- 
ing North Plymouth . . . big . . . prized 
possession . . . his curly locks. 



Lawrence Walter Smith 

72 Cliff Street 

Larry . . . sportsminded . . . aynbitioyi 
... to preserve his "53" . . . prizes 
that primed "53" . . . "you Kocamamie" 
. . . happiness is ... W. M. ... the 
"Senior Corner" . . . peeved by those 
pep rallies during football season . . . 
a '68 boy. 

Basketball 1; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 
3, 4; homeroom representative 2; Jr. 
Prom 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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Paul Francis Stafford 

Quaker Road 

Paul . . . hopes to become . . . an artist 
. . . "Who me?" . . . devilish . . . "ya, 
sure!" . . . prizes his license . . . "comi- 
cal" . . . "happiness" is ... a '67 GTX 
. . . is peeved by not going to the bird- 
farm. 



Michael Peter Stang 

River Street 

"Mike" . . . handsome . . . prizes . . . 
the last piece of my motorcycle . . . 
peeved by authority . . . companionable 
. . . wants to be a part of the Ferrai 
Racing team . . . happiness is ... a 
formula 1 dragster . . . "Meinko". 



Annette Marie Strassel 

86 Spooner Street 

"Nette" . . . "Okay, Grouch" . . . hopes 
to get married . . . to Brad? . . . prizes 
a certain bracelet . . . but is peeved by 
Dotty's brakes . . . "talkative". 
Library Staff 3, 4; Lit Business Man- 
ager 4; Homeroom Representative 1, 2, 
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Michael Edward Swift 
Herring Pond Road 

Mike ... a future state trooper . . . 
"It ain't that bad" . . . hoping for a 
new Mustang . . . prizes his car . . . but 
not conceited girls. 
Football; Volleyball; Soccer; Baseball. 




Joan Taormina 

State Road, Manomet 

"Joanie" . . . artistic . . . hopes to 
travel . . . and have a career in art . . . 
prizes her friends . . . and her Mickey 
Mouse Record? . . . dislikes . . . loud- 
mouths . . . 6th period art class is 
happiness . . . considerate . . . paint- 
brushes . . . A-OK. 

Pep Squad 1; French Club 1, 2, 3; 
Drama Club 3, 4; Pilgrim 3, 4; Enamel- 
ing Club 3; Senior Show 4; Junior 
Prom 3; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Library Staff 3; Art Club 3, 4; In- 
tramurals. 




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Gerald Tavares 

134 Standish Avenue 

Jerry . . . wants to attend a Riding 
Academy ... likable ... happiness is. 
that certain someone . . . "Whatcha 
doing" . . . prizes his license . . . friend- 
ly ... but dislikes insincere people. 
Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Clarion 
2, 3; Junior Prom 3; Geological Socie- 
ty 2, 3; Senior Show 4; Lit 4; Pilgrim 
2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2. 



Thomas James Taylor 

President's Lane 

Tom . . . easy-going . . . next year it's 
the Air Force . . . "You're joking!" . . . 
happiness is finding his gas tank full 
. . . prizes his '61 Chevy but hates 
Monday mornings . . . ywnchalant. 
Senior Show 4. 







Jeannie Darnell Thompson 

78 South Street 

Jeannie . . . candid ... "I don't say it. 
I just do it!" . . . pursues happiyiess 
going out . . . with that certain guy 
. . . but dislikes . . . people who aren't 
Real! . . . She prizes her license . . . 
and class ring . . . bound for nursing 
school. 

Heritage Day 1; Clarion 4; Junior 
Prom 3; Cashier 2, 3; Library Staff 
4; Senior Show 4; Senior Prom 4; In- 
tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 




John Thatcher 

Wardsworth Road, Buzzards Bay 

Girls! 



Roguish . . . happiness . . 
. . .and his drums . . . 
places . . . "Hang it xtp! 
to take a P. G. course . 
. . . Beware! 

Intramurals; Football 3 
4; Volleyball 3, 4. 



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but crowded 

. . . he plans 

. then college 

Basketball 3, 



John Truitt 

9 Franklin Street 

"John" . . . individual . . . wants to 
succeed in business . . . happiyiess is 
getting out of a certain class . . . uni- 
que . . . prizes ... his books . . . "keep 
your head" . . . peeved by filling out 
senior statistics . . . Thanks a lot, pal. 





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Stephen Clement Tusher 

7 Plymouth Street, North Carver 

"Steve" . . . hopes to go on to school 

. . . "Say my man" . . . happy . . . 

when with that certain person 

snobbish people ugh! . . . prizes his 

white Renault. 

Football 1, 3, 4; Track 1; Varsity Club 

4. 



Victoria Alice Marie Tuttle 

o Cheryl Avenue, Manomet 

"Vicky" . . . happy when with Phil . . . 
"Be good." ... prizes her license ... 
a?id her rings . . . hopes to be happy 
. . . and go to college . . . peeved at 
teachers calling her Victoria . . . home- 
room 308 . . . not being with Phil . . . 
"I gotta Go". 

Dance Committees 1, 2, 3; Clarion 4; 
Senior Show 4; Junior Prom 2; Home- 
room Representative 1 ; Intramurals 2. 



Robert Lawrence Tynan, Jr. 

280 Sandwich Street 

Rob . . . wants to get a lot from col- 
lege . . . Quest-cc qui ce passe. . . . 
peeved by Mr. E. J. (PT) . . . hap- 
piness is Thunksgiving, 12:31 P. M. 
Football 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3; French 
Club 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2. 



Rollene Ann Vacchi 

Duck Plain Road 

Hopes to be a beautician . . . friendly 
. . . "You've got to be kidding" . . . ah 
—to be with him . . . prizes a certain 
ring . . . but, that younger sister! 
Debate Club 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Show 4; Senior Prom 4. 




Rosemary Valenziano 

12 Murray Street 

"Oh well" . . . wants to go to art 

school . . . likes being ivith Arthur 

Wrigley . . . quiet . . . prizes rings and 

drums and hair and . . . bothered by 

Plymouth-Carver. 

Dean's Council 1; Art Club 4; Library 

3; Senior Show 4; Senior Prom 4. 




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Elizabeth H. Viera 

4 Westwood Road 

"Betty" . . . congenial . . . happiness is 
. . . peace of mind . . . and her children 
. . . She wants to finish school . . . but 
unfinished projects . . . "You've had 
it!" 



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Scott Vincent 

Doten Road 

Handsome . . . wants to be a civil en- 
gineer . . . whatever you do, "Don't 
bloiv your cool" . . . popular . . . pet 
peeves — wise guys and taking the bus 
. . . prizes his Waikiki Custom Surf- 
boaixl . . . Heaven is being in the mid- 
dle of those surfing girls on Cape Cod 
. . . athletic . . . down to earth. 
Track 1; Golf 2; Football 3; Weight 
Training 3, 4; Soccer 4; Senior Show 4. 



Peter Voght 

414 Court Street 

Active . . . would like to go to art school 
. . . easy to get along with . . . happi- 
ness is getting out of English . . . may 
be heard saying "Let's get outta here!" 
. . . prizes his shotguns . . . first period 
gym is awful though. 
Intramurals 3. 4. 




Peter Charles Wainio 

Tremont Street, West Wareham 

"Very funny!" . . . would like to have 
cousin stop interfering . . . prizes his 
wheels . . . would like to get married 
. . . Shelly . . . '55 Chevy . . . great! 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Spencer John White 

R.F.D. 1 Charlemont Street 

Easy-going . . . would like to become 
a geologist . . . prizes his gun . . . also 
being alone with D . . . simply can not 
stand people always in a rush . . . 
"Good grief" . . . steady . . . happy. 
Archery 1, 3. 




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Robert Francis Williams 

Russell Mills Road 

Well-liked . . . "You must be drunk" 
. . . enjoys being with the '68 boys 
. . . can't stand Fords . . . prizes being 
in the shooting pool . . . next year it 
is the service . . . athletic. 
Football; Baseball; Basketball; Intra- 
murals 1. 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club. 





Joanne Marie Williamson 

Tremont Street, South Carver 

"Joanne" . . . intelligent . . . happiness 
is Mytez — when she doesn't buck . . . 
studious . . . prizes the horses . . . but, 
oh that math! . . . "illogical!" 
Intramurals 1 ; National Honor Society 
3, 4; Latin Club 3; Junior Prom 3; 
Chorus 4; Pilgrim 4, "Lit" 1; AFS 4. 



Eric Charles Wood 

Beaver Dam Road, Manomet 

Friendly . . . My girl — a certain red- 
head . . . happiness is being with her 
on Saturday night . . . "Don't get 
shook, huh!" . . . pet peeve— '51 Olds- 
mobile . . . next year the service and 
then marriage. 



Frederick Herman Greene Wright II 

Herring Pond Road, Cedarville 

"Fred" . . . intelligent . . . hopes to 
become physicist . . . maybe mathema- 
tician . . . happy — when he doesn't have 
homework . . . prizes his collection of 
electronic equipment . . . peeved by his 
brother and sister . . . "He who keeps 
his mouth shut cannot put his foot in 
it." 

Math Club 4; From other schools: La- 
tin Club 1; Mechanics Club 2, 3; Radio 
Broadcast Association 2, 3 ; Math Club 
2, 3; Computer Club, Director, 3; 
Science Experimenters' Club 2, 3; Sail- 
ing Club, 2, 3. 




Bruce Anthony Zanotti 

20 Braunecker Road 

"Don't worry about it!" . . . likes quiet 
girls . . . hopes to enter electronics . . . 
cool . . . prizes his '57 Ford . . . doesn't 
put on airs . . . easy going . . . pet 
peeve — an unmarked cruiser. 
Intramurals 3, 4; Football 1; Senior 
Show 4; Senior Prom 4. 







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Herbert Ryder 

Ship Pond Road 

"Herb" . . . mechanical . . . wants to 
make a career out of the Navy . . . and 
leave the '63 Falcon behind? . . . sob 
. . . "What's up" . . . Mr. M. peeves 
him . . . but happiness is the perfect 
figure . . . ahem . . . Batman? 



Irving Gordon Valler, Jr. 

125 Summer Street 

Happy go lucky . . . loves to drive 
and — pet peeve — no car . . . prizes his 
license . . . "Sorry 'bout that" . . . 
would like to be a butcher . . . cooper- 
active . . . modest. 



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Special 
Honors 



Sheila Bloom 

Northeastern University 

Electron 
Miscroscopy Lab Assistant 

Betty Crocker 
Homemaker of the Year 



Joanne Williamson; Mary Jayko; Sheila Bloom; 
Joyce Brigida; Absent: Hilarie Gibbs. National 
Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test Letters of Com- 
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Hilarie Gibbs 

A.F.S. Student in Denmark 




Charles Cappannari 

Brotherhood Award 

Massachusetts Student 

Government Day 

Representative 



Christopher Buckley; Charles Cappannari 

National Council of Christians and Jews, 
Brotherhood Camp Scholarships 



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David Choque 

A.F.S. Student from Peru 



Joyce Brigida 

Massachusetts Girl's State 
DAR — Good Citizen Award 




Margaret Bastoni; Stephen Conroy 
Northeastern State Youth Citizenship Con- 
ference Tufts University 



Paul Ferro; Charles Cappannari; Galen Keller 

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Highway Meanaces 

Duncan Fabri, Karen Carafoli 




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Wendy Quillin, Radamez Perez 



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Best Dressed 

Bernedetti Anti, 
Richard Freyermuth 



Most Talented 

Susan Clark, Michael Brigida 

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Stephen Donovah, Joyce Brigida 




Done Most for PCHS 

Charles Cappannari, Christine Hall 



Class Wits 
Jean Pacheco, Arthur Silva 






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David Doll, Susan Fortini 



Personality Plus 

Barbara Fratus, 
Christopher Buckley 




Best Looking 

Jeanne Edwards, Micheal Stang 



Best Dancers 

Susan Brenner, Joseph Barros 



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Class Sweethearts 

Lynette Heath, John Furtado 



Happy-Go-Lucky 

Margaret Bastoni, 
Christopher Gray 



Best All Around 

Dianne Roncarati, Steven Rogers 



Best Students 

Joanne Williamson, 
Frederick Wright 







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Two points for the ball four for Joe. 



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MEL'S AUTO REPAIR 

Repairs on all make cars 






EMERSON'S STORE 




118 Sandwich Street 

Plymouth 

E. T. Diozzi, Proprietor 






White Horse Beach Massachusetts 




Gulf Products 

Telephone PI 6-1547 










Compliments of 










DUNLAP'S OIL & GAS 






ZANELLO FURNITURE 




SERVICE 

38 Samoset Street 
Plymouth 
746-1278 






WILDES MOTOR CO., 










INC. 




SHAW BUICK PONTIAC, INC. 

Buick - Pontiac 






Samoset Street 746-2900 










Plymouth, Mass. 




40 Samoset Street 






Oldsmobile — Cadillac 




Plymouth, Mass. 






HOLMES GROC. 




PLYMOUTH MEN'S SHOP 

Distinctive Menswear 






87 Sandwich Street 










Plymouth, Mass. 




18 Main Street 






746-0541 




Plymouth, Mass. 








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SCARZI BROS. 

Lincoln - Mercury - Comet - Cougar 

Montego 

356 Court Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 

Tel. 746-3100 




THE E. S. BURNS 
INSURANCE AGENCY 



Realtors 



South Duxbury 
Massachusetts 
02374 
Telephone 
934-2422 



45 Court Street 

Plymouth, Mass. 

02360 

Telephones 

746-1965 - 746-3606 



Congratulations to the Class of 1968 



from 



CAPPANNARI BROS. 



Congratulations from 



ROGER'S SUPER MARKET 



Manomet 



Best Wishes 

NEW BEDFORD GAS 

AND EDISON LIGHT 

COMPANY 

Tel. 746-9300 

Main Street Extension 
Plymouth 



GARUTI'S 



A 

CITGO 



STATION 



Henry C. Garuti, Mgr. 

Tel: 746-2822 
324 Court Street Plymouth, Mass. 



D. ROSSI & SONS 



Wholesale Fruit and Produce 



Telephone 746-1125 
260 Court Street 



Congratulations to the 

Senior Class 

from 

THE OLD COLONY 
THEATRE 

Main St. Ext. Plymouth 

Tel. 746-0167 



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BERNARD'S LADIES' APPAREL 



1 Court Street 



Plymouth, Massachusetts 



Telephone 746-1635 



Compliments of 

CELLAR'S SERVICE STATION 

State Road, Manomet 
CA 4-2427 





Congratulations to the Graduating Class 




from 




JOHN ALDEN GIFT SHOP 


Water Street 


Plymouth, Mass. 


GIFTS 


SOUVENIRS 



Congratulations from 



ELLIS CURTAIN FACTORY 



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MODERN STORES FOR 
.MEN 
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.BOYS 

— AND — 

PURITAN CLEANING DEPT. 

"Plymouth's Oldest and Finest Dry Cleaners" 
CLEANING .TAILORING . FUR STORAGE 



56 MAIN STREET 

PLYMOUTH, MASS. 

746-3730 



295 UNION STREET 

ROCKLAND, MASS. 

295-1585 



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SENIORS 




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BEAVER DAM RD. — MANOMET 










SCENIC TRAILS — SUPERVISED RIDES 










English or Western $2.00 per hour 




I.G.A. 






Horse and Pony Rides in Corral 25 $ 




FOODLINER 






For Reservations Call 224-2632 










Open 7 Days Riding Lessons 

By Appointment 










8 a.m. 'til Dark Horses Boarded 








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AKC Shelties - Pet or Show at Pet Prices 
Terms 

All Colors — All Ages 




15 Main Street Ext. Plymouth 





Best Wishes 

to the 
Senior Class 



GINNY'S 
COFFEE SHOP 



COLONIAL 
RESTAURANT 



Air Conditioned 



39 Main Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 



Telephone 
Pilgrim 6-0838 



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'Home Beauty Is Our Business" 



SHERMAN 
FURNITURE COMPANY, INC. 



310 Court Street - Plymouth, Mass. 02360 
Telephone 746-1440 



Plymouth Savings Bank 



'The FRIENDLY Bank" 



Serving the Community since 1828 



We participate in student loan program. 



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12 COMPLETE "ONE STOP" FRIENDLY 



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CONVENIENT BANKING FACILITIES 



serving 



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SINCE 



EIGHTEEN HUNDRED AND THREE 



Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



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PLYMOUTH FEDERAL 
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

PLYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS 



Incorporated 1882 



Federalized 1937 



President 

A. Lee Roulston 



Secretary 

Mae E. Emond 



Vice President 
& Treasurer 

Frank T. Brown, Jr. 



Assistant 
Treasurer 

Esther Crowell 




At Your Service For 



INSURED SAFETY FOR SAVINGS 
HOME MORTGAGE LOANS 



Planned for Your Budget 



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OTTANI FOOD CORPORATION 



Plymouth, Mass. 



Makers of Fine Italian Foods 



Congratulations to the Graduates 




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"No Better Service Anywhere" 
we aim to please . . . 

CENTER- 



32 MAIN STREET - PLYMOUTH telephone 746-6670 

Mon. Thru Sat. 'til 5:30 P.M. - OPEN Fri. 'til 9 P.M. 




DONALD THOMAS 



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Congratulation to '68 

NOEL ELECTRIC 

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING 
ELECTRIC HEAT 

Telephone 224-3687 




JJilgrim Grotto 



Complete Take Out Service 
Open Year Round 
Seafoods-Chicken 

North Park Ave., Plymouth, Mass. 

Telephone 746-1101 



DOREEN COIFFURES 



18-A McArthur Blvd. 
Bourne, Massachusetts 



Shop Telephone: 759-7074 




Wye Qov. ^Bradford 
JMotor Inn 



Water Street 



Plymouth, Massachusetts 



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FIVE CENTS SAVINGS BANK 

INCORPORATED 1855 



Furniture — Gifts — Bedding 

HENRY'S FURNITURE CO. 

48-50 Court Street Plymouth, Mass. 

Henry J. Busi — Edna A. Busi 

Ronald V. Busi 

DIAL 746-1118 



MARIO'S 


AUTO BODY 

746-0300 
Plymouth, Mass. 


SHOP 

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MAURO J. CANEVAZZI 

PLYMOUTH INSURANCE 

AGENCY 

Edward D. Borlatti, Associate 

56 Sandwich Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 



CARTMELL FUNERAL SERVICE 



Serving All Faiths 



150 Court St. 
265 Standish Ave. 



Telephone 746-2162 



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Mr. & Mrs. Steele 


Mr. and Mrs. Winston 


Carolyn F. Pratt 


Martha L. Seifert 


Bettie K. Neri 


Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Freeland 


Alta M. Bumpus 


Ruth E. Wood 


Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Simmons 


Mr. and Mrs. David Brewer 


Mr. and Mrs. Harold Strassel 


William Donovan 


Grace H. Haigh 


Mrs. Francis Savery 


Mary T. Ellis 


William Pioppi 


Mrs. Isobel Donovan 


A Friend 


Nancy E. MacDuffee 


Mr. and Mrs. John Fillebrown 


Karen 


Merrill W. Wood 


Miss Margaret Osmond 


Crowell's 


Jay's Drive-in 


Leo J. Car on- Antiques 


Plymouth Glass Co. 


Gondola Pizza Shop 


Louis' Barber Shop 


Ye Old Country Store 


Steven's Beauty Salon 


Bay View Motel 



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Maccaferri Shoe 

Stein's Furniture 

Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Doll 

Buck Linoleum and Tile 

Ceccarelli Geaners 

Heather Shop, Inc. 

Plymouth Rock Grocery 

Kingston Sunoco 

Pilgrim Drug 

H. A. Bradford & Sons, Inc. 

Reliable Cleaners 

Benotti's Market 

Allerton Nursing Home 

Cape Travel 

Rebuttini's 

Reed's Used Furniture and Antiques 

Ted Vaughan 

Kit Kat Crafts 

Primo's Service Station 

Mariner 



Seaside Grill 

Carver Sportmen's Club, Inc. 

Sherwin Williams 

Furtado Baker Shop 

Plymouth Paint and Wallpaper Center 

The Plymouth National Wax Museum 

Kingston Lumber Company 

North Plymouth Hardware 

Lindy's 

Pub/er Auto Driving School 

Benea Block Co. 

Siever's Lunch 

The Samoset House 

Arthur's Barber Shop 

Mayflower Package Store 

L. Knife and Son, Inc. 

Green Thumb 

Submarine Ranch 

The Hobshole House and Motel 

Barbieri's Market 



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Rest and Comfort 
Off the Busy Highway 

PLYMOUTH, 
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Congratulations to the Class of '68 



KINGSTON OIL & GAS 



Joseph Balboni & Sons 



585-4541 



585-2604 



Main Office and Showroom 



62 Main Street Kingston 



Propane Plant 



Pembroke St. (Route 27) — Kingston 



Plymouth 



The ROGERS PRINT 



Producers of Preferred Printing 




LITHO-OFFSET & LETTERPRESS 

20 Middle Street 

Plymouth, Mass. 
Tel. 746-1234 



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LESLIE TEAN 
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Compliments of 



SHARON BOX AND 
LUMBER COMPANY 



North Carver Division 



Compliments of 



PLYMOUTH MOTEL 



Pilgrim 6-9804 Specializing in Pizza 

YE OLDE PRISCILLA GRILL 

301% Court Street 
Joseph Sprunck, Prop. 

North Plymouth, Mass. 




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Everything about the 
MEMORIAL PRESS 



Way Out 



EXCEPT THE PRICE . . 

Take all your job printing needs 

to The Memorial Press, where 

quality workmanship is the rule. 

THE MEMORIAL PRESS 

23 Middle St., Plymouth, Mass., 02360 

746-2277 ^^W^ 



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MR. JOHN WISEMAN 




DC K LAN 

TRUST COMPANY 



"THE 
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SHORES 
BANK" 



12 Convenient Locations ROCKLAND • COHASSET • DUXBURY 
HALIFAX • HANOVER • HANSON • HULL • MARSHFIELD 
NORWELL • PLYMOUTH • SCITUATE • ROCKLAND PLAZA 



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Compliments of 

STEVEN'S the FLORIST 



8 Main St. Extension 



Plymouth, Massachusetts 



Phone 746-2600 



The Best Friend of Man's Best Friend — 

CALO 

Quality Pet Foods 
Congratulates the 1 968 Graduates 

CLARK-BABBITT FOODS, INC. 

Rockland, Mass. 



Compliments from 

SHIRETOWN MOTORS INC. 

FORD SALES & SERVICE 

Samoset St. Plymouth. Mass. 

746-3400 

FORD FALCON FAIRLANE 
MUSTANG TBIRD TRUCKS 



Compliments of 

PLYMOUTH BOWL-O-MAT 

1 Park Avenue 

746-9825 

and 

BRANT ROCK LANES 

Brant Rock Center 
837-2995 



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"No man is an island; no man can stand alone" 
CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS 

STUDENT COUNCIL 
"67-68" 



President: Peggy Bastoni 
Vice President: Peter Stearns 



Secretary: Dianne Roncarati 
Treasurer: Galen Keller 



Steve Rogers 
Carol Kuhn 
Donna Santos 
Kenneth Beal 
Christine Coffin 
Jeffrey Darsh 
Katherine Post 
Mark Wirtzburger 
Evan Al-Chokhachy 
Debra Barros 



Dolores Gomes 



Joni Bastoni 
Mary Francis Elliot 
Susan Vecci 
Shaunie Fabri 
Richard Souza 
Charles Cappannari 
Roger Perry 
Paul Santos 
David Choque 
Elizabeth Robichaud 



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TASSY'S 



Summer St. 



Kingston 



Phone 585-4509 



Compliments 



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W. T. GRANT 



Plimoth Plaza 



Plymouth, Mass. 



Compliments of 



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Carver, Massachusetts 



HEATING GASOLINE DIESEL FUEL 



Phone 866-4545 



Consultants 
Heating Engineers 



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Home of the 
Lifetime Warranty 



STANDISH CHEVROLET, INC. 



10 Water Street Plymouth, Mass. 

746-1945 



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330 Court Street Plymouth, Mass. 

746-3444 



Compliments of 



OLD COLONY LAUNDRY 



18 Howland Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 



ELLIS HAVEN 

Cape Cod's Finest Camping Area 

Telephone 746-0803 
Federal Furnace Rd., Plymouth, Mass. 



Cocktail Lounge 



Banquet Facilities 



BERT'S 

RESTAURANT 

"Sea-Fresh" Seafoods 

On the Ocean at Plymouth Beach 

Telephone 746-3422 
Plymouth, Massachusetts 

OPEN YEAR ROUND 



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ALUMINUM BUILDING 
PRODUCTS 



39 Court Street 



746-2976 



Louis M. Leconte 



P. & L CONSTRUCTION 
INC 



Loam - - Sand - - Gravel 



Loader and Bulldozer Service 



Phone UN 6-4402 



Congratulations 
from Radio Station 



WPLM 



Good Luck to 
The Class of 1968 



1390 on the AM Dial 
911 mc. on the FM dial 



5000 watts 
50,000 watts 



6 A.M. - Midnight 
Radio Voice of Plymouth, Cape Cod, and The Islands 



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PROFESSIONAL SPONSORS 



J. ROBERT BROWNING, M.D. 



ROBERT F. ROZENE, D.M.D. 



C. JAMES GORMLEY, M.D. 



RICHARD 0. ELLIOT, M.D. 



AVERY-DOOLEY-POST & AVERY 



PHILIP S. CRONIN 



GEORGE F. HAIGH, JR. 



HARRY KELLER, D.M.D. 



CLIFFORD C. AGNEW, M.D. 



LOUIS E. KROGER, M.D. 



ERNEST A. HIGGINS, M.D. 



JOEL J. BARON, M.D. 



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Mayflower Awning Co. 

Mando's Furniture, Inc. 

Brockton St. Railway Bus Terminal 

Gregg's Barber Shop 

Carver Supply 

Mr. and Mrs. Silas C. C. Wade 

Margaret C. Angell 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Heath 

Bernice Haigh 

Anita Drisko 

Brian Souza 

Gilbert Cheveron Station 



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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 



We the editors of the 1968 PILGRIM wish to express our gratitude to 
the following people who have given so freely of their time and effort to 
aid us in the realization of our goals : 



Miss Anita Drisko, our advisor, not only for her advice and guidance, 
but also for her laughter and friendship. 

Mr. Robert Vantine, our representative from the Delmar Printing Com- 
pany, for his useful suggestions and valuable time and experience. 

Mr. Edward Buckley, who, by his speedy transportation of material to 
Westwood, helped us to meet our deadlines. 

Susan Dunham, our conscientious business manager, for her willingness 
to assist in any problems that arose, and for her continuous good nature. 

Ellen Minsky, our self-appointed typist, without whose efforts the senior 
section would never have been typed. 

The Dicksons, our photographers, for their efficiency and realiability. 

Stephen Radcliffe, for the extensive coverage of the Boy's Varsity Bas- 
ketball games. 

Mr. Yoshiro Sanbonmatsu and Mr. Robert Merrifield, whose assistance 
in the literary aspects of our book proved invaluable. 

The Administration, faculty, and custodians, for their patience and sym- 
pathy for the problems we encountered. 

The Editors, staffs and interested students, whose diligent performances 
insured the scheduled completion of the yearbook. 

The friends, sponsors, and advertisers, for their financial support and 
for their confidence in our youthful venture. 



Lynette Heath 
Christopher Buckley 



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